Definition

lazy: inactive, lethargic, idle, refusing to work adjective
  • "Brian : Well, as you can see, this dog is extremely... lazy."
  • "On your feet, lazy tourists!"
  • "No longer is the web "just" a research tool, a means to keep in touch via email or a source of easily-plagiarized material for lazy students."
  • "Brian : Well, as you can see, this dog is extremely lazy."
  • "Too lazy to move and just sleep..."
  • "On your feet, lazy westerners!"
  • "He complained of "intense pancake syndrome", "lazy eyebrows" and a "chocolate mistake"."
  • "A very lazy son."

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