What was this loafer's case or anybody's case compared with mine?
He spoke in a refined voice, though his appearance was that of a loafer.
“loafer” was written all over him—from his ragged, matted hair to the fringe on the bottom of his trousers.
I should ship as a loafer if ever I shipped at all, which I'm not going to do.
All the mowing was done with scythes, and the raking with hand rakes and "loafer" rakes.
In the first place, Keats was anything but a loafer at literature.
You lazy, guzzling, good-for-nothing son of a God-damn loafer!
Only one man may be scouted by any one, and that is the loafer.
One night, he was awakened by the gambler shaking him, and calling him a loafer.
What did she think he was—a fool, a loafer, a uniformed nonentity?