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  • However, I got no harm, but did not go to the club, lay off, lazied, played the pipe, and read — a novel by James

    Vailima Letters

  • I was in the merriest humour, and lazied about the whole afternoon through the most frequented streets and looked at the people.


  • So today I lazed around, got my stuff done in the morning then lazied around watching 'Save the Last Dance 'and stuff.

    terrarose Diary Entry

  • Nothing here, nothing there, lazied around work and took calls and actually found myself bored when the call volume let up a bit.

    terrarose Diary Entry

  • The two went down the road together, the Paymaster a little wearied with his years and weight or lazied by his own drams, leaning in the least degree upon the shoulder of the boy.

    Gilian The Dreamer His Fancy, His Love and Adventure

  • We went a-fishing again in the early dawn, and then lazied around all day in the deep shade on an island, taking turn about to watch and see that none of the animals come a-snooping around there after erronorts for dinner.

    Tom Sawyer Abroad

  • Then when we had got pretty well stuffed, we laid off and lazied.

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

  • We lazied the rest of the pleasant afternoon away, some dozing under the trees, some smoking cob-pipes and talking sweethearts and war, some playing games.

    The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories

  • Jon drove me back to Vicky's and I lazied away the rest of the evening with Duncan 'til she got home. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • We lazied about separately here for quite some time, napping or meditating or some combination of both. Recent Updates


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