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lackadaisical
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • The young lady appeared no more; so there was a great deal of love wasted (enough indeed to have set up half-a-dozen young gentlemen, as times go, with the utmost decency), and nobody was a bit the wiser for it; not even Nicholas himself, who, on the contrary, became more dull, sentimental, and lackadaisical, every day.

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  • a lackadaisical attempt
  • she was annoyingly lackadaisical and impractical

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