Lazy [adjective]

Definition of Lazy:

inactive, sluggish

Opposite/Antonyms of Lazy:

Sentence/Example of Lazy:

At first I was tempted to make a whole batch of tie-dye cookies, following this Bon Appétit technique, but I quickly realized it’s incredibly tedious and I’m especially lazy.

Now, typically when you hear the phrase “low energy” we think lazy, sluggish, or ineffective but this is certainly not the case when it comes to Bluetooth.

In the end, I realized I could embrace my lazy-person routine and get away with ditching a few daily steps, like toning, because the after-effects of the mask seemed to last.

This Protestant work ethic belief, that leisure is lazy, and that poor people are not hardworking, is due to the meritocratic belief system in our country, which is flawed.

In its laziest form this can become copying, a practice that rears up with stubborn regularity.

Universally redirecting 404s back to your homepage is lazy and not a great idea.

The lazy giant was sprawling on the most comfortable of the sofas; the pair were alone in the dainty little drawing-room.

The lower class were idle and lazy, and willing to serve any sovereign who appealed to them by ostentation.

Sprawling was lazy and wore out sofas, and little boys were not expected to talk.

The almost lazy naturalness and simplicity faded gradually out of it, revealing the alert and seductive woman of the world.