sluggardly


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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.

slug•gard•ly

(ˈslʌg ərd li)

adj.
like or befitting a sluggard; slothful; lazy.
[1860–65]
slug′gard•li•ness, n.
Translations

sluggardly

adjfaul, träge
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