laziest laziest  /ˈleɪ zi əst/


  1. (adj) moving slowly and gently
  2. (adj) disinclined to work or exertion


  1. Movies rarely allow themselves this indulgence, so determined are they to keep the eye of even the laziest viewer on the big prize of a wow climax.
  2. It was a peak year for boomerangs one of the laziest years on record, if you want to think about it that way.
  3. Hop aboard the laziest form of transportation yet invented by man a tube and float down north-central Nebraska's Niobrara River.



  1. "I have asked every coach he has worked under and they have all confirmed that he is the laziest player they have ever worked with," Stein told Germany daily Bild. "He does nothing. He doesn't train, which is why he is in such a condition."
    on May 12, 2010 By: Uli Stein Source: AFP

  2. McLain calls Jim Price, the Tiger broadcaster, a butt-kisser, "back-stabbing (expletive)" and "one of the laziest, most untalented guys I'd ever seen in the major leagues."
    on Mar 1, 2007 By: Denny McLain Source: Detroit Free Press

  3. The problem for the faux Colbert, said the real one, is that he's "a great fan of conventional wisdom. He's not so much a fan of [President] Bush as he is a fan of monolithism. One overriding conventional wisdom and toeing the line on the laziest...
    on Apr 14, 2008 By: Stephen Colbert Source: Philadelphia Daily News

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