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indolent

 [in´do-lent]
1. causing little pain.
2. slow growing.

in·do·lent

(in'dō-lent),
Inactive; sluggish; painless or nearly so, said of a morbid process.
[L. in- neg. + doleo, pr. p. dolens (-ent-), to feel pain]

indolent

(ĭn′də-lənt)
adj.
1.
a. Disinclined to exert oneself; habitually lazy.
b. Conducive to inactivity or laziness; lethargic: humid, indolent weather.
2.
a. Causing little or no pain: an indolent tumor.
b. Slow to heal, grow, or develop; inactive: an indolent ulcer.

in′do·lent·ly adv.

indolent

adjective
Medspeak
Referring to a condition that may linger longer, but often slowly progresses to a more advanced stage—e.g., indolent lymphoma, indolent malignancy, indolent myeloma.

Vox populi
Slow growing.

indolent

Medtalk adjective Referring to a condition which may linger longer, but often slowly progresses to a more advanced stage, as in an indolent CA Vox populi Slow growing

in·do·lent

(in'dō-lĕnt)
Inactive; sluggish; painless or nearly so, said of a morbid process.
[L. in- neg. + doleo, pr. p. dolens (-ent-), to feel pain]

indolent

Of slow progression or taking a long time to heal. Causing little or no pain. Often used of skin ulcers.
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The trade organizations like Chambers of Commerce & Industries of Pakistan are governed by the 'Regulator Trade Organizations', Ministry of Commerce, Islamabad but the performance and way of working of this office is entirely sluggish, negligent and indolent. The head (Regulator Trade Organizations) is appointed at this seat since long.
The sick and the well, the seeking and the indolent, the secular and the deeply faithful, took themselves to the spas of Europe from the late 19th century through the early 1930s.