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Main Entry: la?zy
Inflected Form(s): la?zi?er; -est
Etymology: perhaps from Middle Low German lasich feeble; akin to Middle High German erleswen to become weak
1 a : disinclined to activity or exertion : not energetic or vigorous b : encouraging inactivity or indolence (a lazy summer day)
2 : moving slowly : SLUGGISH
3 : DROOPY, LAX (a rabbit with lazy ears)
4 : placed on its side (lazy E livestock brand)
5 : not rigorous or strict (lazy scholarship)
– la?zi?ly /-z&-lE/ adverb
– la?zi?ness /-zE-n&s/ noun
– la?zy?ish /-zE-ish/ adjective
synonyms LAZY, INDOLENT, SLOTHFUL mean not easily aroused to activity. LAZY suggests a disinclination to work or to take trouble (convenience foods for lazy cooks). INDOLENT suggests a love of ease and a settled dislike of movement or activity (the heat made us all indolent). SLOTHFUL implies a temperamental inability to act promptly or speedily when action or speed is called for (fired for being slothful about filling orders).