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- n. The quality of being lazy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being lazy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being lazy; aversion or indisposition to action or exertion; indolence; sluggishness; habitual sloth.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. inactivity resulting from a dislike of work
- n. relaxed and easy activity
- n. apathy and inactivity in the practice of virtue (personified as one of the deadly sins)
To say that I am irritated by the fact I have to pay for their laziness is an understatement, but even more aggravating is the fact they pay their top execs so damn much.
Bringing it up at dinner only made me get teased mercilessly "Is that what you call laziness these days?" but dammnit I cant pretend when I feel like hell.
If I attempted a race with the boys, I was obliged to give up from very weariness; and laughing at what they termed my laziness, they pursued their amusements without me.
Few people are really lazy, he thought: what we call laziness is merely maladjustment.
The lad can no more help what you call laziness, than you could help being born with gray eyes.
If we anchor something with an unpleasant output, we won't do the task, and we will experiment what we call laziness, or procastination.
I honestly try not to eat out every day because it ends up so expensive, but laziness is obviously a factor.
Okay, I need to stop revising and go put on my climbing pants, but the laziness is heavy in this one today.
Though laziness is easily enough understood, I remain mystified as to why anyone who purports to follow Jesus would choose to condemn an entire population over choosing to obey Jesus 'self-proclaimed greatest commandment to love one's neighbor as oneself.
What was once the fruit of my laziness is now more of a goal for me.