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indolent
used in Oliver Twist

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Definition
lazy; disinclined to work
  • who appeared of a lounging, not to say indolent disposition:
    Chapter 15 — Showing How Very Fond of Oliver Twist, The Merry Old.... (77% in)
indolent = lazy
  • The constable looked as wise as he could, and took up his staff of office: which had been reclining indolently in the chimney-corner.
    Chapter 30 — Relates What oliver's New Visitors Thought of Him (86% in)

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