faineance


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faineance, faineancy

laziness; the state of being idle. — fainéant, adj.
See also: Work
laziness; the state of being idle. — faineant, adj.
See also: Behavior
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Noun1.faineance - the trait of being idle out of a reluctance to work
indolence, laziness - inactivity resulting from a dislike of work
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He was talking to Secretary Faineance Muslim Conference Abdul Qayyum Qamar , who called him on in his office here on Monday.
As further proof of Lorraine Evans' astonishing theory a body discovered in the hill of Tara in the 1950s of a young chieftain who wore Egyptian blue faineance beads, has been carbon dated to 1450BC.
At the same time, SEC Head of Research and Development Meshack Kunene stated that it was close to impossible to obtain faineances from organisations like the African Caribbean Pacific.