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lazy

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adjective Slow-moving, sluggish—e.g., lazy bladder, lazy bowel, lazy eye.

Vox populi
adjective Resistant to work or exertion; disposed to idleness or indolence.
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6 per cent regularly exercising three times or more a week, while the laziest are in Sandwell where less than 15 per cent hit the Government target.
Nothing Duff about this charmer The Duff 101mins 12A FOR the first half hour, you may be forgiven for thinking you're in the company of perhaps the laziest highschool comedy ever made.
I was the laziest person in the world," the mum-of-three, from Rubery, admitted.
Judith Hughes on Coventry branded one of the laziest places in the country Could be a result of depression.
Meanwhile, a separate study revealed British women are the laziest and least fit in Europe.
The laziest group, however, appeared to be the 18 to 24-year-olds, with a third saying they could not be bothered.
comes to the New Theatre in Cardiff from May 13-17 and to celebrate, Sportacus - who jumps, leaps, flips and flies his way around LazyTown and helps the townsfolk battle the world's laziest villain Robbie Rotten - could go to their class.
Dog owners in the city are the laziest in the country - with 27% confessing to exercising their four-legged friends less than once a day, say experts.
The ideal home for the laziest of trainspotters is to be auctioned off tomorrow.
The ideal home for the laziest of train spotters is to be auctioned off next week.
As a region, he said, the North-East had ranked sixth out of nine - a big improvement from nine years ago when a major survey planted it firmly as the country's laziest in terms of personal fitness.
It features some of Britain's laziest, rudest and out-of-control individuals, beginning with three hopeless husbands.