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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.
The boy just lollygags, propping his knees on his chair to give his little frame some height.
"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.
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.
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.
"If he loiters, or lollygags, or spits on the sidewalk, bring him in.