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Multiple Meanings
indolent — as in:  he is naturally indolent

She never recovered from the indolence of her youth.
lazy; disinclined to work

Indolent is also used in medicine to describe conditions (e.g., some tumors) that are slow to develop or heal and are painless. Very rarely it may refer to something that is slow and unenergetic without any connotation of laziness—such as small lapping waves.
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