loll around


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loll around

to roll, flop, or hang around. The dog's tongue lolled around as it rolled on its back, trying to keep cool. Stop lolling around and get to work.
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Unable to work at even subsistence jobs due to their visa restrictions, the kids fret and loll around Kinnamon's isolated farm, which one notes has only three horses and a donkey to provide distraction.
People without jobs--paid jobs, that is--were routinely described as "parasites" who were content to loll around at the "public trough.
This is so the people on the desks can have plenty of time to loll around in their uniforms gossiping while we form orderly queues.
Greg Nichols, standing down as BHB chief executive, reflects on his time in office, adding: "I wasn't employed to loll around and be a tourist.
The spa was fully booked, which just goes to show how popular it now is to loll around in fluffy white robes.
For the most part the girls just loll around in bed, bored, contemptuous, horny: "A sense of you just fucked me and I hate you, but I loved it, can be detected.
We mums have set up camp on a beach where we loll around drinking wine (to be civilised, like the French) and talking non-stop.
Either loll around on the sofa, ascending blissfully into a place where unadulterated contentment is blighted only by the need to pick sticky popcorn off the cushions.
I know there is a sense of freedom from daily grind once my holiday aircraft takes off but unless the sole idea of a break is to loll around doing nothing in particular, time off in England is incomparable.
Staff take pets to work, loll around on beanbags, play pool or tinkle the ivories of the office grand piano.