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slouch around

To loaf around (some place), as out of leisure, laziness, or boredom. After such a hectic week, I decided to spend the entire weekend slouching around reading books and watching TV. Instead of slouching around the office like that, why don't you go ask the boss for something to work on and actually make yourself useful?
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slouch around

to move around with a stooped or bent body. (one may slouch because of age, illness, fatigue, depression, fear, or with the intention of not being observed.) she is slouching around because she is tired. Don't you slouch around when you are tired?
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Parker was wearing a different pair of disco-ball boots, hers a knee-high version called Studio that slouched around her skinny gray jeans.
By then, Woods was going through the motions, yukking it up with his buddy and playing partner Lucas Glover, who slouched around the course like a surf dude who would rather be catching some waves.
He slouched around and huffed and puffed but lacked the urgency and spirit of his team-mates who were running themselves into the ground.
Producers must be very fed up with paying Ulrika Johnson all that money - she barely mentioned her liaison with Sven-Goran Eriksson and slouched around the house for three weeks with very little to say for herself, except for a few moans about missing the kids.
Subsequently, the area appears to have been cleansed of the night-time shamblers who regularly slouched around outside the old Vallie.
At her heaviest, 5ft 4in Janet weighed 12st 8lb and slouched around in jogging bottoms and baggy sweatshirts.
For when we slouched around clad in blissful ignorance last year the truly groovy strutted in their cut-offs, their pedal pushers, or demi pants as they are now crowned, frowning at our obliviousness.
But no, there was a backlog on - bags were packed sky-high everywhere, the single conveyor slouched around with a few manky rucksacks on it that nobody seemed willing to claim and the same frustrated teenagers who had sworn and sweated in the passport riot occupied themselves with informal races through the crammed room on empty trolleys.
Nicolas Anelka flounced around, his partner Robbie Fowler slouched around as the City defence went underground.
"What a guy," he said as he slouched around the studio looking mean and moody with slicked back hair, jeans and white T-shirt.