loll


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loll

 (lŏl)
v. lolled, loll·ing, lolls
v.intr.
1. To move, stand, or recline in an indolent or relaxed manner.
2. To hang or droop laxly: a pennant lolling from the mast.
v.tr.
To permit to hang or droop laxly: lolled his head on the armrest.

[Middle English lollen, probably from Middle Dutch, to doze.]

loll′er n.
loll′ing·ly adv.

loll

(lɒl)
vb
1. (intr) to lie, lean, or lounge in a lazy or relaxed manner
2. to hang or allow to hang loosely
n
an act or instance of lolling
[C14: perhaps imitative; perhaps related to Middle Dutch lollen to doze]
ˈloller n
ˈlolling adj

loll

(lɒl)
v.i.
1. to recline or lean in a relaxed, lazy, or indolent manner; lounge: to loll on a sofa.
2. to hang loosely; droop; dangle.
v.t.
3. to allow to hang, droop, or dangle.
n. Archaic.
4. the act of lolling.
[1300–50; Middle English lollen, lullen (perhaps imitative); compare Middle Dutch lollen to doze, sit over the fire]
loll′er, n.
loll′ing•ly, adv.

loll


Past participle: lolled
Gerund: lolling

Imperative
loll
loll
Present
I loll
you loll
he/she/it lolls
we loll
you loll
they loll
Preterite
I lolled
you lolled
he/she/it lolled
we lolled
you lolled
they lolled
Present Continuous
I am lolling
you are lolling
he/she/it is lolling
we are lolling
you are lolling
they are lolling
Present Perfect
I have lolled
you have lolled
he/she/it has lolled
we have lolled
you have lolled
they have lolled
Past Continuous
I was lolling
you were lolling
he/she/it was lolling
we were lolling
you were lolling
they were lolling
Past Perfect
I had lolled
you had lolled
he/she/it had lolled
we had lolled
you had lolled
they had lolled
Future
I will loll
you will loll
he/she/it will loll
we will loll
you will loll
they will loll
Future Perfect
I will have lolled
you will have lolled
he/she/it will have lolled
we will have lolled
you will have lolled
they will have lolled
Future Continuous
I will be lolling
you will be lolling
he/she/it will be lolling
we will be lolling
you will be lolling
they will be lolling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been lolling
you have been lolling
he/she/it has been lolling
we have been lolling
you have been lolling
they have been lolling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been lolling
you will have been lolling
he/she/it will have been lolling
we will have been lolling
you will have been lolling
they will have been lolling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been lolling
you had been lolling
he/she/it had been lolling
we had been lolling
you had been lolling
they had been lolling
Conditional
I would loll
you would loll
he/she/it would loll
we would loll
you would loll
they would loll
Past Conditional
I would have lolled
you would have lolled
he/she/it would have lolled
we would have lolled
you would have lolled
they would have lolled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.loll - hang loosely or laxly; "His tongue lolled"
dangle, swing, drop - hang freely; "the ornaments dangled from the tree"; "The light dropped from the ceiling"
2.loll - be lazy or idleloll - 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"

loll

verb
1. lounge, relax, lean, slump, flop, sprawl, loaf, slouch, recline, outspan (S. African) He lolled back in his comfortable chair.
2. droop, drop, hang, flop, flap, dangle, sag, hang loosely his tongue lolling out of the side of his mouth

loll

verb
1. To take on or move with an awkward, slovenly posture:
2. To hang limply, loosely, and carelessly:
3. To sit or lie with the limbs spread out awkwardly:
Translations
يَتَكاسَل، يَجْلِسُ مُتَراخِيايُدلِّي الكَلْبُ لِسانَه
hovět sipovalovat seviset
dasedaske omkringhænge slapt
kilóg
lafasitja/liggja makindalega
drybsotiiškišti
izkārtizkārtiesizlaidīgi sēdētlaiskotiesvaļāties
byť vyplazený
aşağı/dışarı sarkmakuzanıp tembel tembel yatmakyayılarak oturmak

loll

[lɒl] VI [head] → colgar, caer
to loll againstrecostarse en
loll about loll around VI + ADVrepantigarse
loll back VI + ADV to loll back onrecostarse en
loll out VI + ADV his tongue was lolling outle colgaba la lengua

loll

[ˈlɒl] vi (also loll about) → se prélasser, fainéanter

loll

vi
sich lümmeln; he was lolling in an easy chairer hing (inf)or räkelte sich or rekelte sich im Sessel; to loll against somethingsich (lässig) gegen or an etw (acc)lehnen
(= flop) (head)hängen; (tongue)heraushängen

loll

[lɒl] vi (head, tongue) → ciondolare
to loll about or around → starsene pigramente sdraiato/a, essere stravaccato/a
to loll against sth, loll back on sth → appoggiarsi pigramente a qc

loll

(lol) verb
1. to sit or lie lazily. to loll in a chair; You'll get nothing done if you loll about all day.
2. (of the tongue) to hang down or out. The dog lay down with his tongue lolling.
References in classic literature ?
Heavy in figure, movement, and comprehension - in the sluggish complexion of his face, and in the large awkward tongue that seemed to loll about in his mouth as he himself lolled about in a room - he was idle, proud, niggardly, reserved, and suspicious.
and Miss Clapp, coming perhaps to listen at the parlour door, found Loll Jewab shaking upon the hall- bench under the coats, moaning in a strange piteous way, and showing his yellow eyeballs and white teeth.
'I wish to goodness, Ma,' said Lavvy, throwing herself back among the cushions, with her arms crossed, 'that you'd loll a little.'
The rosemary nods upon the grave; The lily lolls upon the wave; Wrapping the fog about its breast, The ruin moulders into rest; Looking like Lethe, see!
Nowhere as yet had Tara of Helium seen a man afoot in this great building; but when at a turn, U-Dor led them to the third floor she caught glimpses of chambers in which many riderless thoats were penned and others adjoining where dismounted warriors lolled at ease or played games of skill or chance and many there were who played at jetan, and then the party passed into a long, wide hall of state, as magnificent an apartment as even a princess of mighty Helium ever had seen.
Buffalo Bill and Thorndike had lolled both of those toughs.
As he said this Prince Andrew was less than ever like that Bolkonski who had lolled in Anna Pavlovna's easy chairs and with half-closed eyes had uttered French phrases between his teeth.
In his heat and fury, the bull lolls out his tongue; this is instantly clutched by the bear; with a desperate effort he overturns his huge antagonist; and then dispatches him without difficulty.
I saw him, with my mind's eye, on the schooner on which he worked, wearing nothing but a pair of dungarees; and at night, when the boat sailed along easily before a light breeze, and the sailors were gathered on the upper deck, while the captain and the supercargo lolled in deck-chairs, smoking their pipes, I saw him dance with another lad, dance wildly, to the wheezy music of the concertina.
Here they lolled, blinking their hideous eyes, and doubtless conversing with one another in their sixth-sense- fourth-dimension language.
The other apes of the tribe of Kerchak moved listlessly about or lolled restfully in the midday heat of the equatorial jungle.
That is to say, she would burst out into tirades which were met only with silence as I lolled on a sofa and stared fixedly at the ceiling.