from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who lounges; one who loiters a way his time; an idler.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who lounges; an idler.
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- noun One who
lounges; an idler.
- noun A chair made for
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun someone who wastes time
- noun an article of clothing designed for comfort and leisure wear
- noun an armchair whose back can be lowered and foot can be raised to allow the sitter to recline in it
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All the nonsense about curling up in a lounger is ridiculous.
A local paper reports that the lounger is headed for eBay.
Designed by Deger Cengiz, the lounger is sure to elicit a chuckle from your friends.
The party lounger is available with or without a low back and with or without a center table.
This post about a laptop-friendly floor-level lounger is a perfect example of why the site's bookmarkworthy:
The poles which extend throughout the breadth of the flagway are intended, during the summer heats, to protect the lounger from the blistering sun.
A quick scan revealed a fresh new design we hadn’t seen before: the Nomad lounger is a magnetized mobile seating unit that can be configured in several different ways and used inside or out.
Coco Stylewood baby lounger, which is quite fitting, because your pet is totally your baby as well. bostonkayla on 2008-09-24 15: 46: 19 view bostonkayla's
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Then, it's back to the lounger, the adult beverage waiter, and the Foster Grants.