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Example sentences from the Web for slacker
As she teaches, Martinez asks students to repeat what they heard, and not just the last thing, because even the biggest slacker can parrot that back.Online classes are difficult for the hard of hearing. Here’s how to fix that.|Eli Reiter|February 9, 2021|Popular Science
The newest model of the Diverge, released in May 2020, has a longer reach and slacker front end, giving it a longer wheelbase, with the same responsive handling as previous models.
In the early days, “if you worked at home and you were a slacker, perhaps you got weeded out faster,” she said.Current, Former Yahoo Employees Question the Ban on Working From Home|Winston Ross|February 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The network excoriates its fired anchor by painting him as an arrogant and uncooperative slacker.Current TV Files a Blistering Countersuit Against Fired Anchor Keith Olbermann|Howard Kurtz|April 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Despite his slacker credentials, Smith had never had a pot habit.
Though he's not Clooney, Knocked Up's Rogen isn't the slacker he's often made out to be.
Nicole LaPorte on Pee-wee's first tweet, Diablo Cody's online ethics, and Oprah's slacker ways.
It was slacker water above the rapid; and all afternoon they slid slowly up on deep, winding reaches of the still, green river.The Gold Trail|Harold Bindloss
I don't say the fellow's vicious, but he's an extravagant slacker and a fool, which is perhaps as bad.The Girl From Keller's|Harold Bindloss
Well, in any event, they would not call him a slacker or a coward.
And being a slacker consists in not doing the work which you ought to do.
If a girl has a flower bed where she might grow tomatoes, and she grows roses there instead, you might call her a slacker.
British Dictionary definitions for slacker
- an educated young adult characterized by cynicism and apathy
- (as modifier)slacker culture