laze about

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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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There are many derivatives, antookh (the one who lazes about), me'antakh (he who is lazing about), and so on.
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.