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indolent

in·do·lent

indolent

 
 
pronunciation:
In d lnt
features:
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part of speech: adjective
definition 1: inclined to avoid exertion or effort; lazy.
He withdrew his support from his indolent son, saying it was time for him to accept adult responsibility.
synonyms:
idle, lazy, otiose, shiftless, slothful, sluggardly, sluggish
antonyms:
assiduous, energetic, industrious
similar words:
dilatory, inert, laggard, lethargic, listless, no-account, slack
definition 2: caused or characterized by laziness.
synonyms:
lazy
antonyms:
energetic
similar words:
laggard
definition 3: of a medical condition, causing little or no pain.
similar words:
painless
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derivations: indolently (adv.), indolence (n.)
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