lounge around


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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.lounge around - be lazy or idlelounge around - be lazy or idle; "Her son is just bumming around all day"
laze, slug, idle, stagnate - be idle; exist in a changeless situation; "The old man sat and stagnated on his porch"; "He slugged in bed all morning"
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For weeks he would lounge around the taverns of the county, in a state of perfect idleness, or doing small jobs for his liquor and his meals, and cavilling with applicants about the prices of his labor; frequently preferring idleness to an abatement of a little of his independence, or a cent in his wages.
While I'd love to lounge around in cashmere all day, it's not the most practical or affordable, so I've hunted down some of the best high street loungewear instead.
Sky Ireland's Sharon McHugh said: "If there's anything we've learned from our Christmas survey it's that we love to lounge around in our PJs on Christmas morning and settle down to some seriously good movies with the family.
Indian premier and Nawaz Sharif shook hands as they greeted each other in Leaders' Lounge around a year and a half after their last meeting in Lahore.
COSY, COMFY SLEEPWEAR Loungin' Space Print Lounge Suit ASPIRING astronauts can lounge around in this soft cotton space print set, which has slim-style bottoms so they won't ride up.
three of the best COSY, COMFY SLEEPWEAR Loungin' Space Print Lounge Suit ASPIRING astronauts can lounge around in this soft cotton space print set, which has slim-style bottoms so they won't ride up.
Then leave your dog to lounge around and dry off in no time inside his coat.
You can enjoy its beautiful, peaceful Mediterranean gardens or lounge around the pool's sundeck.
That's why these Lounge Around options are great; most fold flat so you can put them away when you don't need them.
He revealed that his daughters feed meat directly into the mouths of the fully-grown cats, who also lounge around the house in the evenings.
THE Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood admits he is no sex symbol at home - where he likes to lounge around in his slippers and dressing gown.
While we lounge around having a sloppy Sunday, spare a thought for Usain Bolt, who only has to defend his Olympic titles while being watched by an audience of, ooh, billions today.