lackadaisical : Definition, Usages, News and More

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la kuh day zi kuhl

  • s  lacking spirit or liveliness
    a lackadaisical attempt
  • s  idle or indolent especially in a dreamy way
    she was annoyingly lackadaisical and impractical
    a...lackadaisical, spiritless young man-about-town"- P.G.Wodehouse

  • If he knew how to stage comedy, or find a scene's point, Porky's might have achieved something more than the lackadaisical good nature Clark shyly offers.
  • Obama says with a laugh when I ask him about the lackadaisical pace.
  • But the Jonases do bring a lackadaisical charm to the whole thing, and while there is a subplot involving a stalkerish fan who wants to rip the boys' clothes off, no one gets hot .
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  • Mike Bibby in
    When you get ahead by so much, you kind of get lackadaisical,Hawks guard Mike Bibby said. "Basketball is a game of runs. They made a run at us. The main thing is: We withstood it."
  • James Carville in Politico
    They are risking everything by this 'go along with BP' strategy they have that seems like, lackadaisical on this,Carville told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Friday. "They seem like they're inconvenienced by this, this is some giant thing...
  • Mark Recchi in
    The offense is great, but the one good thing is we allowed hardly any chances up until the third period, where we got a little lackadaisical,said Recchi, who had a goal and three assists to give him 800 assists for his career. "The first...

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