to idle or lounge lazily (often followed by around): I was too tired to do anything but laze around this weekend.
to pass (time, life, etc.) lazily (usually followed by away).
a period of ease or indolence: a quiet laze in the hammock.
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How to use laze in a sentence
Thare aint no proffitt in keeping a hen for his eggs, if he laze less than one a day.Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings | Henry Wheeler Shaw
For the present I have no time and no right to laze and enjoy myself.'Under the Chinese Dragon | F. S. Brereton
Sunshine-and-shadow time for birds to sing by; sunshine-and-shadow time for mortals to laze and dream by.Virginia: The Old Dominion | Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins
It was a land to laze in, to do nothing in haste; only the wind stirred it up to a semblance of passion.A Leisurely Tour in England | James John Hissey
"Water enough for him to laze away his time fishin' when he's sober, and deep enough to drown him when he's drunk," said Wingate.A First Family of Tasajara | Bret Harte
British Dictionary definitions for laze
(intr) to be indolent or lazy
(tr often foll by away) to spend (time) in indolence
the act or an instance of idling
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