from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Variant of lollygag.
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- n. horseplay, fooling around.
- n. A layabout, one who lallygags.
- v. To dawdle; to be lazy or idle; to avoid necessary work or effort.
- v. To pet, kiss, or otherwise demonstrate overt affection, generally in public.
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- v. be about
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They don't get paid to sit around and lallygag. cm
"And we lallygag sometimes to our last breath, don't we?" she said, adding after a pause, "When we live beyond our duality, we find it doesn't matter where we are."
When eggs are high, hens just wander around as though they did not care whether school kept or not, and they kick up a dust and lallygag, and get some disease, and eat all the stuff you can buy for them, and they will make such a noise the neighbors will set dogs on them, and the roosters will get on strike and send walking delegates around to keep hens from laying, and then when eggs get so cheap they are not good enough to throw at jay actors, the whole poultry yard will begin to work overtime, and you have eggs to spare.
"400 pounds at two years of age" Fat. dehesa I suppose, rolling Iberian pasturelands where pigs lallygag and gorge on sweet Holm Oak acorns.