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lazy; disinclined to work
  • They were all thoughtless or indolent.
    Chapter 48 (30% in)
indolent = lazy
  • Elinor honoured her for a plan which originated so nobly as this; though smiling to see the same eager fancy which had been leading her to the extreme of languid indolence and selfish repining, now at work in introducing excess into a scheme of such rational employment and virtuous self-control.
    Chapter 46 (44% in)

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