Shirking [verb]

Definition of Shirking:

avoid, get out of responsibility

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Sentence/Example of Shirking:

We have duties to others and duties to ourselves; and we can shirk neither.

You work till you are tired of it; then you go off and shirk, and call it studying.

And here the demagogue arose and bade her shirk no issue, even the red flag.

I do not court publicity, but I cannot shirk my duty because it entails that.

Sick of life—to tell you the truth; but what would have been the good to shirk it—in—in—that way?

If you put any duty upon women they are not going to shirk it.

When it is a scout's duty to do something, he dare not shirk.

Mildred could not shirk the most important task that had yet been asked of her.

He had lived as an aristocrat—it was incumbent on him, he said, not to shirk death as one.

Bob was not a fellow to shirk when the time of settlement came.