Sloth: A Dictionary for the Lazy (The Deadly Dictionaries)
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Sloth: A Dictionary for the Lazy
The actual dictionary? Yawn. Too lengthy. do not hassle tirelessly operating via all these uninteresting pages. the real stuff is rolled up the following in a set ideal for the nightstand.
revenue or effects. gape (gayp) VERB: To greatly open one’s mouth because of sleepiness; yawn. gauche (gohsh) ADJECTIVE: missing the wherewithal to act safely in social events. gestate (JES-tayt) VERB: To generate and enhance slowly. Failure isn't the in basic terms punishment for laziness; there's additionally the good fortune of others. —JULES RENARD surrender (giv uhp) VERB: to forestall placing forth an attempt; to confess defeat. glacial (GLAY-shuhl) ADJECTIVE: characterised.
Inattentive model. negligible (NEG-li-juh-buhl) ADJECTIVE: A small, insignificant volume. nepenthe (ni-PEN-thee) NOUN: A drug or substance that motives a short lived aid from one’s soreness or difficulties. nescience (NESH-ee-uhns) NOUN: lack of expertise; lack of knowledge. Your NESCIENCE at the topic is kind of appalling, contemplating how a lot you're paid to coach it! impartial (NOO-truhl) ADJECTIVE: now not favoring any specific facet in an issue or dispute; neutral.
you are able to do at the present time. —LORD CHESTERFIELD poky (POH-kee) ADJECTIVE: tremendous gradual; plodding. poppied (POP-eed) ADJECTIVE: Behaving in a sleepy demeanour, as though one has taken an opiate; a extra literal translation is to be lined in poppies. potter (POT-er) VERB: to maneuver alongside or whole a job in a leisurely, fed up demeanour; to putter. we'd were entire a lot quicker in case you had selected to rush up instead of POTTER approximately. procrastinate (proh-KRAS-tuh-nayt).
(as in a rope); missing in strength or energy. slacker (slak-er) NOUN: person who spends his or her days in an idle demeanour; malingerer. James was once a SLACKER at school and refused to concentrate or do any of his assignments. slapdash (SLAP-dash) ADJECTIVE: Haphazard; disorganized. sleep-inducing (sleep-in-DOOS-ing) ADJECTIVE: whatever that reasons sleep; soporific. sleepy (SLEE-pee) ADJECTIVE: eager to fall asleep; drowsy. slipshod (SLIP-shod) ADJECTIVE:.
ADJECTIVE: being able to reason sleepiness. As a noun, it refers back to the factor that explanations sleepiness—like a drug. spiritless (SPIR-it-lis) ADJECTIVE: missing braveness or power. sponger (SPUHN-jer) NOUN: person who lives off of others for all his or her wishes; freeloader. squander (SKWON-der) VERB: To waste anything in an extravagant demeanour. He was once identified to SQUANDER their modest source of revenue on tricky nutrition and leisure. stagnation (stag-NAY-shuhn) NOUN: A.