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laze about

To relax or spend time idly; to do nothing or very little. It's a gorgeous day outside, so you kids get off your butts and quit lazing about! I can't wait to go on my vacation and laze about the beach for two weeks!
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So, next time you decide to take your antakha lifestyle to another level, consider the lazing about possibilities granted by a customised beanbag.
Indeed, when we meet up with them for the start of the third run here, they're still lazing about.
There were a couple of dozen head of cattle lazing about the moor near to where the birds were walking and flying about, and I wondered if their presence had attracted the magpies.
And Peter Lovenkrands fancies himself lazing about in a hammock on a desert island surrounded by sharks.
Not a mess, not a bad word and no lazing about from these three, they were brilliant.
Baby Boy" centers on a young black man who -- after spending a few years too many lazing about, leeching off his mother and (lodging his duties to his child -- finally begins to accept responsibility and become a man.
Companies in this industry tend to be less sceptical of the mobile work environment with only about 4% assuming that employees working from home are lazing about, compared to the national average of 9% for other sectors who believe mobile workers do the gardening rather than their allocated tasks.