slothfulness


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sloth·ful

 (slôth′fəl, slōth′-, slŏth′-)
adj.
Disinclined to work or exertion; lazy. See Synonyms at lazy.

sloth′ful·ly adv.
sloth′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.slothfulness - a disinclination to work or exert yourself
disinclination, hesitancy, hesitation, indisposition, reluctance - a certain degree of unwillingness; "a reluctance to commit himself"; "his hesitancy revealed his basic indisposition"; "after some hesitation he agreed"

slothfulness

noun
The quality or state of being lazy:
Informal: do-nothingism.
Translations

slothfulness

nTrägheit f, → Faulheit f

slothfulness

[ˈsləʊθfʊlnɪs] n (frm) → indolenza
References in classic literature ?
And others are there who call virtue the slothfulness of their vices; and when once their hatred and jealousy relax the limbs, their "justice" becometh lively and rubbeth its sleepy eyes.
I am too classical, not enough up-to-date in the interpretative branches of science, and I can only plead the disadvantages of my education and a temperamental slothfulness that prevents me from doing the work.
Umeh, Glory Academy highlighted the looting of Nigeria's treasury, slothfulness, thuggery, electoral violence, corruption and the failure of the received religions to make any positive impact on people's behaviour.
My government will have no tolerance for bureaucratic slothfulness, which is quick to brandish procedures as an excuse for stalling service delivery to citizens, investors and other stakeholders," Mnangagwa said.
But one problem is file fragmentation is to be solved, on condition that that a machine has periods of slothfulness in which defragmentation can be run.
Forrester, (63) was demonstrating all-too-usual slothfulness in laying a pole across the road during the course of making repairs to his house, or whether he was generally a meticulously careful craftsman whose oversight concerning the placement of the pole was entirely inconsistent with his habits of care and concern for others.
OUR Antecessours of whom we should oft read, And hold in mind their fame and worthy deed; We let over slide through very slothfulness, And cast us ever to other Business.
leadership role and allowed their slothfulness to infect your entire group.
For example, Wall-E highlights the slothfulness of consumerism run amuck because robots perform all labor.
For example, Egerton Ryerson, Chief Superintendent of Schools in Upper Canada, promoted mechanics' institutes and public libraries for adults as a means of rendering individuals unlikely to "sink down into melancholy, slothfulness or resort to places of sensual and intemperate indulgence for relaxation or pleasure.
apparent reason to be more concerned about slothfulness among inheritors
Collective constraints on these processes that once existed have been undone by those claiming institutional achievement was economic slothfulness.