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Definition of "laziness" []

  • Not inclined to work or exertion (adjective)
  • Conducive to or causing indolence (adjective)
  • Moving in a languid or sluggish manner (adjective)
  • (of a brand letter or mark on livestock) shown as lying on its side (adjective)
  • The quality of being lazy (noun)

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Use "laziness" in a sentence
  • "To say that I am irritated by the fact I have to pay for their laziness is an understatement, but even more aggravating is the fact they pay their top execs so damn much."
  • "Bringing it up at dinner only made me get teased mercilessly "Is that what you call laziness these days?" but dammnit I cant pretend when I feel like hell."
  • "If I attempted a race with the boys, I was obliged to give up from very weariness; and laughing at what they termed my laziness, they pursued their amusements without me."