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Laze

verb
(past & past part. lazed; pres. part. lazing)
1.
Be idle; exist in a changeless situation.  Synonyms: idle, slug, stagnate.  "He slugged in bed all morning"






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"Laze" Quotes from Famous Books



... general holiday? Lend me the little girls, farm out the babies to relations, throw off responsibilities, and have a real laze yourself. You know you would love it!" I said. "Haven't you a man friend who ...
— The Lady of the Basement Flat • Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey

... they had all come there to watch. They kept him under close observation. In the street they had seemed busy enough, hurrying upon various errands; yet these were suddenly all forgotten and they had nothing to do but loll and laze in the sun, their duties unremembered. Five minutes after he left, the garden was again deserted, the seats vacant. But in the crowded street it was the same thing again; he was never alone. He was ever in ...
— Three John Silence Stories • Algernon Blackwood



Words linked to "Laze" :   moon, lie about, lounge about, moon around, arse around, lie around, ride the bench, warm the bench, lounge around, arse about, bum about, waste one's time, moon on, bum around, fuck off, frig around, work, loll around, loll, loaf, bum, daydream



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