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indolent -- as in: he is naturally indolent
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Gone with the Wind
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  • Where he had once been lounging and indolent, he was now as alert as a prowling cat,
  • "Your hands are certainly no business of mine," said Rhett coolly and lounged back in his chair indolently, his face a smooth blank.
  • But there was a brisk and restless vitality about the young Irishman, fresh from a country where winds blew wet and chill, where misty swamps held no fevers, that set him apart from these indolent gentlefolk of semi-tropical weather and malarial marshes.
  • For Ashley, spring was back again, that halfforgotten balmy spring of green rustlings and murmurings, a spring of ease and indolence, careless days when the desires of youth were warm in his body.

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  • She never recovered from the indolence of her youth.
  • She is too indolent for med school.

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