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  • n. Plural form of laziness.


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  • France was very nice and relaxing, full of the lazinesses of life.

    Back from France, back on to Canada

  • Not only from the great sins, which, if persisted in, will surely destroy both body and soul in hell: but from the little sins which do so easily beset us; from little bad habits, tempers, lazinesses, weaknesses, ignorances, which hamper and hinder us all every day when we try to do our duty.

    Westminster Sermons with a Preface

  • I go into a little detail on what I think are the flaws or weaknesses or lazinesses of some of those people, and then I talk about the people, the bulk of whose work is solid and skillful and pointed.

    NPR Topics: News

  • _longueus_ and lazinesses of Scott, as a Scot should do.

    Adventures Among Books

  • A truly fine editor becomes steeped in her authors’ style, lives it, breathes it, loves it – and believes in it too fiercely to allow the author to get away with the kind of shortcuts, clichés, and lazinesses to which even the best of us can fall prey from time to time.

    Author! Author! » Blog Archive » The shape of things to come

  • Charter "-- was the excuse for a thousand lazinesses, procrastinations.

    Alton Locke, Tailor and Poet An Autobiography


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