To be lazy; loaf: laze around the house. (verb-intransitive)
To spend (time) loafing: lazed the afternoon away in a hammock. (verb-transitive)
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Use "laze" in a sentence
"I was sort of derelict today, I decided I'd sleep in and kind of laze around."
"Italy, who was evidently something of a match-maker, had gotten fooled on a young man who was both "laze" and "steenge" in his youth but who made a very good husband."
"She wanted only, as she expressed it to her hostess, to "laze" for a while."