adjective, la·zi·er, la·zi·est.
verb (used without object), la·zied, la·zy·ing.
Origin of lazy
SYNONYMS FOR lazy
Related formsla·zi·ly, adverbla·zi·ness, nounla·zy·ish, adjective
Examples from the Web for lazily
We raced so fast that our rifles dropped out of our shoulders and lazily down to our sides.
We were lazily watching Lost in Space, a show made in the 1960s about missing astronauts; there was nothing else on.
Then lazily reaching over toward Harold, he took him by the arm and drew him toward the counter.Fort Lafayette or, Love and Secession|Benjamin Wood
"I am quite sure I have never threaded one yet," laughed Vera, lazily.Vera Nevill|Mrs. H. Lovett Cameron
"Better try some with water to see how it mixes," said Saunders, lazily filling the glasses with a practiced hand.Sally Dows and Other Stories|Bret Harte
Marion said lazily, "I shouldn't have thought you need to think out that problem yet awhile."The Judge|Rebecca West
With Blunderbore, if they come at all, they merely spray us lazily.The Heather-Moon|C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson