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Hardworking vs. Lazy

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Hardworkingadjective

Of a person, taking their work seriously and doing it well and rapidly.

Lazyadjective

Unwilling to do work or make an effort; disinclined to exertion.

‘Get out of bed, you lazy lout!’;

Hardworking

habitually working diligently and for long hours.

Lazyadjective

Causing or characterised by idleness; relaxed or leisurely.

‘I love staying inside and reading on a lazy Sunday.’;

Hardworkingadjective

characterized by hard work and perseverance

Lazyadjective

Sluggish; slow-moving.

‘We strolled along beside a lazy stream.’;

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Lazyadjective

Lax:

Lazyadjective

Droopy.

‘a lazy-eared rabbit’;

Lazyadjective

(optometry) Of an eye, squinting because of a weakness of the eye muscles.

Lazyadjective

Turned so that (the letter) is horizontal instead of vertical.

Lazyadjective

(comptheory) Employing lazy evaluation; not calculating results until they are immediately required.

‘a lazy algorithm’;

Lazyadjective

Wicked; vicious.

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Lazyverb

(informal) To laze, act in a lazy manner.

Lazynoun

A lazy person.

Lazynoun

(obsolete) Sloth (animal).

Lazyadjective

Disinclined to action or exertion; averse to labor; idle; shirking work.

Lazyadjective

Inactive; slothful; slow; sluggish; as, a lazy stream.

Lazyadjective

Wicked; vicious.

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Lazyadjective

moving slowly and gently;

‘up a lazy river’; ‘lazy white clouds’; ‘at a lazy pace’;

Lazyadjective

disinclined to work or exertion;

‘faineant kings under whose rule the country languished’; ‘an indolent hanger-on’; ‘too lazy to wash the dishes’; ‘shiftless idle youth’; ‘slothful employees’; ‘the unemployed are not necessarily work-shy’;

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