Definition of Lazy
Lazy
la·zy


Definition/Meaning
(adjective)
lacking vigor or energy, not wanting to work, engage in any activity, or broadly exert oneself;

e.g. He felt too lazy to do any cleaning that afternoon.

(adjective)
encouraging or characterized by a lack of activity, exertion, or effort;

e.g. They spent a lazy evening lounging around the pool.

(adjective)
not careful or precise, lacking effort or discipline;

e.g. She did a lazy and substandard job because she didn't care about the result.

(adjective)
moving at a slow pace;

e.g. We waded in the lazy waters of the stream.




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Quotes
  • "Luck is a word people who are lazy use to describe people who are hustling." -- Jon Acuff



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