Sluggardly - definition of sluggardly by The Free Dictionary
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A slothful person; an idler.
[Middle English sluggart, probably from sluggi, lazy, probably of Scandinavian origin.]
slug•gard•ly (ˈslʌg ərd li)
like or befitting a sluggard; slothful; lazy.
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So no matter how sluggardly
you feel at the end of the year, you must come, you must consume it all.
Marais as a researcher was certainly sluggardly
, so that it is not surprising that in the list of sixty sources for her Guide to the Termite Genera of Southern Africa Vivienne Uys also overlooks Marais.
Blanqui himself, hardly a suspect authority, recognizes it while vituperating the Catholic clergy as ignorant, obscurantist, and sluggardly
The first therapeutic tone, a high-energy rhythm, was supposed to provide a sudden burst of impetus to sluggardly