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- adv. In a lackadaisical manner; without enthusiasm or interest; perfunctorily.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lackadaisical manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an idle and lackadaisical manner
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"I don't think their defensemen knew where it was, so I was going kind of lackadaisically," Lindros said.
Nichol was calling for it and I kind of lackadaisically tried to throw it behind the net, and their guy jumped on it.
Hélas, they are in love with sleep, lured lackadaisically lower, to the depths of dreamland, where the scent of lavender from the hills outside the window makes for a sweetProvençalpillow.
"A pheasant tail feather," responds Scott, lackadaisically.
Brushes splattered with paint lounged lackadaisically from cups in a tray on an ironing board.
But the rules have been lackadaisically enforced, and no country has ever been fined.
He saves one when Murray lackadaisically pushes the ball into the net and wins the game with another.
It takes a certain kind of person to want to lie naked for four hours as the fabulous people around her eat a tower of frisee, endive, quinoa, tomato concasse and dates with a roasted shallot vinaigrette and lackadaisically discuss how they posed nude in their youth.
Our maternal grandfather, William Arthur Borthwick, the fourth son and namesake of Lieutenant-Colonel and Mrs. William Borthwick of Sale, East Gippsland, balancing lackadaisically on a roof whilst holidaying with the rest of his family in Norfolk, c.
McDaniels suspended Marshall during the preseason last year after Marshall reportedly performed lackadaisically during one practice and punted the ball away after a drill.