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  • adv. In an indolent manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an indolent manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an indolent manner; without activity or exertion; lazily.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in an indolent manner


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  • The prince lounged indolently on his throne, conversing with a lovely woman and surrounded by ten red-and-white clad guards.

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  • There's a wonderful cover shot to the 1958 album Legrand Jazz, with pianist-composer Michel Legrand wearing an expression of insouciant expectation, Gauloise at the corner of his mouth, indolently summoning invisible sidemen to action.

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  • He was indolently leaning back, holding a goblet of wine in one hand.


  • Her fingers indolently traced circles over her breasts to define her nipples, which were already protruding.

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  • It is a rap so stupid, so indolently hell-bent, you could almost envy it, Skip Henderson often thought.

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  • The others stood back as Tanegli took off in the sled, gliding indolently over the ooze and the undecided beast that still regarded the grove with unblinking interest.

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  • Meanwhile, as the Midterm Roundup sits around making fun of Conrad Burns until its journalistic initiative atrophies to the point of just indolently linking to other people making fun of Conrad Burns, the MT-SEN race is actually becoming a serious contest, dangerously approaching the point where the Midterm Roundup might have no choice but to add it into its BIG 3 section.

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  • Rupert Everett, swaggering indolently about the place as supercilious Charles, is an ideal Coward actor, however.

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  • But nothing could stop the visceral need that pumped through his body when he laid eyes on the wizard leaning indolently against a wooden pillar with a deceptively youthful appearance, golden hair whipping in the wind, looking somewhere between absent and bored.

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  • He slurred his words just a little, flopping indolently on the couch and taking another swig of liquor.

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