sluggard

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slug·gard

 (slŭg′ərd)
n.
A slothful person; an idler.
adj.
Lazy.

[Middle English sluggart, probably from sluggi, lazy, probably of Scandinavian origin.]

slug′gard·ly adj.

sluggard

(ˈslʌɡəd)
n
a person who is habitually indolent
adj
lazy
[C14 slogarde; related to slug1]
ˈsluggardly adj
ˈsluggardliness n
ˈsluggardness n

slug•gard

(ˈslʌg ərd)

n.
1. a person who is habitually inactive or lazy.
adj.
2. lazy; sluggardly.
[1350–1400; Middle English slogarde. See slug1, -ard]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sluggard - an idle slothful person
do-nothing, idler, layabout, loafer, bum - person who does no work; "a lazy bum"

sluggard

noun
A self-indulgent person who spends time avoiding work or other useful activity:
Slang: slouch.
adjective
Resistant to exertion and activity:
Informal: do-nothing.
Idiom: bone lazy.
Translations

sluggard

[ˈslʌgəd] Nharagán/ana m/f

sluggard

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