• Not willing to work or be energetic.
  • Slow-moving; sluggish.
  • Conducive to inactivity or indolence.
  • Depicted as reclining or lying on its side. Used of a brand on livestock.
  • To act lazily; laze; move idly, listlessly, or reluctantly.
  • To waste or spend idly.
  • Disinclined to action or exertion; naturally or habitually slothful; sluggish; indolent; averse to labor.
  • Characterized by or characteristic of idleness or sluggishness; languid; tardy; slow: as, a <em>lazy</em> yawn; <em>lazy</em> movements; a <em>lazy</em> stream.
  • <strong>Synonyms</strong> <em>Indolent, Inert</em>, etc. (see <internalXref urlencoded="idle">idle</internalXref>); dilatory, slack.
  • Disinclined to action or exertion; averse to labor; idle; shirking work.
  • Inactive; slothful; slow; sluggish.
  • Wicked; vicious.
  • a system of jointed bars capable of great extension, originally made for picking up something at a distance, now variously applied in machinery.
  • Unwilling to do <xref>work</xref> or make an <xref>effort</xref>.
  • Requiring little or no effort.
  • <xref>Relaxed</xref> or <xref>leisurely</xref>.
  • Of an eye, <xref>squinting</xref> because of a weakness of the eye <xref>muscles</xref>.
  • Turned so that the letter is <xref>horizontal</xref> instead of <xref>vertical</xref>.
  • Employing <xref>lazy evaluation</xref>; not calculating results until they are immediately required.
  • <xref>wicked</xref>; <xref>vicious</xref>
  • moving slowly and gently
  • disinclined to work or exertion
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