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
One can not always go lazing on, even in a houseboat; even upon an ancient waterway leading through Colonial-land.Virginia: The Old Dominion | Frank W. Hutchins and Cortelle Hutchins
The tendency towards lazing and idling, the desire to make money without exertion, is strongly developed in Great Britain.British Socialism | J. Ellis Barker
They did a little fishing and a good deal of quiet lazing, a little exploring, and even one or two long, all-day rambles.The Swindler and Other Stories | Ethel M. Dell
The idea of three strong men like that lazing round for two mortal hours doin' nothin'.A First Family of Tasajara | Bret Harte
It's a grand opportunity for lazing, an opportunity that can't occur often in life, and I want to make the most of it.The Sign of the Spider | Bertram Mitford
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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