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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of lollygag.


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  • Fay lollygags off the Florida coast, dumping buckets of rain on the state.

    CNN Transcript Aug 21, 2008

  • The boy just lollygags, propping his knees on his chair to give his little frame some height.

    The Seattle Times

  • "When he gets to the front he lollygags," Gomez said.


  • We have all seen it; our top player lollygags his or her way through yet another session.

    On The Pitch

  • Sometimes she lollygags on the living room floor, I take some dry dog food (you know, the kind that comes in a big bag), pour it into her bowl outside, and then come back in, only to find that she has not been sufficiently enticed.

    Kumah - Home of Neo-Zionism and the Aliyah Revolution

  • If I was the architect of this town, or any town, I would have built everything first but the sidewalks and let the people walk—let them express their human sensibilities of awareness and direction and tendency—and once a few months had passed, once their natural meanderings/cuts and joyful lollygags/struts and stretches and ways of life had worn gentle paths in the grass, I would have then paved over the paths, to create walkways where the people already wanted to walk.

    On Writing about Velveeta

  • "If he loiters, or lollygags, or spits on the sidewalk, bring him in.

    Brannon's Choice


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