slothful : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s disinclined to work or exertion
- It's fair to say that many Lost fans have caught up with the show in long, slothful, weekend-consuming, sofa-denting DVD sessions.
- Last week two studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that some fat people, rather than being slothful or gluttonous, have an inborn predisposition to gain .
- Shah encountered slothful house-renovation crews and irascible neighbors, but also had to dodge gangsters, suicide bombers, plagues of rats and worst of all jinns, the .
News & Articles
- SARAH GREENE
WATCHING TV in the daytime seems a slothful, unproductive activity—unless it’s August in Gilmer a...
Aug. 15, 2013 - The Gilmer Mirror
- Leonid Chernovetsky in UNIAN News Agency
All these questions that you are asking, they are slothful, and they aren`t heroic, they are the words of a whiner,Chernovetsky said.
- Winston Peters in New Zealand Herald
I don't know where this controversy comes from,Mr Peters told NZPA. "I am not going to waste my time with slothful media who think this is an issue. Helen Clark has not declared, nor John Key. None of that matters to me or my party."
- Simon Pegg in Metro
Simon told the paper: "I was in peak physical condition. The film isn't a joke about being fat. It is more about being fat of mind, becoming slothful and stopping caring. I had three fatsuits, in decreasing fatness, that I wore for filming. The...