loll about

loll about

1. To relax or spend time idly; to do nothing or very little. I'll just loll about for a while in the common area until you're finished with your class. I can't wait to go on my vacation and loll about the beach for two weeks!
2. To flop, droop, or roll around (some place) very lazily or slothfully. It's a gorgeous day outside, so you kids get off your butts and quit lolling about in front of the TV! I make a point of lolling about in bed as long as I want to on Sundays.
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loll about (some place)

to lie, lounge, or droop some place. The tired travelers lolled about all over the hotel lobby until their rooms were ready. They were still lolling about at three in the afternoon.
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References in classic literature ?
Heavy in figure, movement, and comprehension - in the sluggish complexion of his face, and in the large awkward tongue that seemed to loll about in his mouth as he himself lolled about in a room - he was idle, proud, niggardly, reserved, and suspicious.
Brosnan is content to loll about in the French Riviera's sunshine limply sending up his 007 past.
Bonzo, now in his late fifties, continues to loll about, smart clothes hiding the balding patches.
When he has his friends to stay they behave like cheeky little savages and loll about our home as if it were a doss house.
WE have enough young "thickos" emerging into the adult world from school without turning a blind eye towards parents who want their sprogs to miss even a day of term-time to loll about on holiday.
Benefits are there to provide a safety net for those who need it through no fault of their own - not so whingers like Pat can loll about on their backsides.
We wanted to know how he had the cheek to loll about in France while urging a block on co-operation with Europe over their ban on our beef.