loaf around

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loaf around

To waste time being idle; to spend time doing little or nothing. Quit loafing around and help me take out the trash! After the stressful week that I had, I'm looking forward to just loafing around the house for the weekend.
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loaf around

to waste time; to idle the time away doing almost nothing. Every time I see you, you are just loafing around. I enjoy loafing around on the weekend.
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To them, this was the one feature of the day, though it was good to loaf around, after the fish was eaten, for an hour or so with the other dogs, of which there were fivescore and odd.
And so they would have to loaf around, in a place where the thermometer might be twenty degrees below zero
Without guards or grills to keep them in line, residents at Penuel loaf around the spacious but sparsely furnished living area wearing basketball jerseys and flip flops.
LOAF AROUND AT THE END OF SUMMER The good news is that summer is not officially over until the autumn equinox on September 22 - so it makes perfect sense to take advantage of that fact and get out in the garden.
Inside you'll find the private Verulamium Spa which is as plush as anything you'd find at a top hotel and includes a hydrospa pool, heat therapy suite and relaxation area where you can loaf around in a dressing gown for hours.
And, their problem is not that they're not working hard enough or, they don't want to work or, they're being taxed too little or, they want to loaf around and collect government checks," Politico quoted Obama, as saying.
Their main concern is to find young students who need little or no actual teaching so the tutors can loaf around in a miasma of self regard and point at the bright graduates they have, even though they have hardly seen them for three years.
You don't have to do everything together so give people freedom to lie in bed as long as they like, run 20 miles, stay up as late as they want or loaf around reading or watching TV.
At 122 seconds - one for each year the firm has existed - the advert, first shown in 2008, was one of the longest shown on British TV, And rookie star Brian didn't loaf around in it.
Deighton dubstep singer Ras Sis, who'll be performing on Saturday, said: "Dubstep's not the sort of music you can loaf around to; you need to get up there and dance
If only they didn't have the state money to loaf around with, Barrett suggests, they wouldn't be so busy building subway bombs or burning down Parisian suburbs.
What else can you do but zip up your best hoodie and loaf around down the shops with your mates?
My yard pretty much takes care of itself now, leaving me free to loaf around.
Having seen Peter Crouch loaf around the pitch for Pompey at The Hawthorns like a dipstick, I don't think it will take long for Villa's boo-boys to cut him down to size.