lazy lazy  /ˈleɪ zi/

Definition(s):

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

Usage(s):

  1. Rubin, who's produced artists as diverse as the Dixie Chicks and Metallica, worries that the safety net of Auto-Tune is making singers lazy.
  2. Lasik eye surgery, today performed almost exclusively on adults, can help children with amblyopia, or lazy eye, according to a small study in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.
  3. Lasik eye surgery, today performed almost exclusively on adults, can help children with amblyopia, or lazy eye, according to a small study in the British Journal of Ophthalmology.

News

  1. AlienVault to Examine "the Lazy Attacker," and How to Defend Against Broad-Based Cyberattacks

    AlienVault, the leading Unified Security Management provider committed to making security visibility complete, simple and affordable, will host a free webinar this Thursday, June 13 titled, "The Lazy ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance

  2. Lazy 5 concert series grows this year in Reno area

    The Lazy 5 summer music series drew nearly 600 people each week during the 2011 season. / Provided by Washoe County Parks When: 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Aug. 28.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Reno Gazette-Journal

  3. Down on the Lazy RiverNew feature at Island Oasis makes water park unique attraction in area

    The addition of the Lazy River takes Island Oasis water park to a new level — one that ensures its future as a key Central Nebraska attraction.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Grand Island Independent

Quotes

  1. "It is insulting to me and to my audience and it shows how lazy this particular sheriff is when it comes to doing his job," Osbourne said.
    on Nov 3, 2007 By: Ozzy Osbourne Source: Washington Post

  2. "I think it is important that we create new pictures of our own, also of the Holocaust or Nazism, and not always work off the old, realistic pictures, because I think that just makes us lazy and tired, and we don't learn anything from it," said...
    on Jan 1, 2007 By: Dani Levy Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. "I did feel a degree of betrayal," said Rowling, who lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, with her husband and children. "I believe that it is sloppy, lazy and that it takes my work wholesale, verbatim. This book constitutes wholesale theft of 17...
    on Feb 29, 2008 By: JK Rowling Source: FOXNews

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