01. He is a [lazy] worker, and simply doesn't do his part.
02. This hot weather makes me feel really tired and [lazy]. I think I'll go lie down for a while.
03. She was too [lazy] to make herself a sandwich and salad, and decided to just have some instant soup.
04. We lost the game through [laziness]; the other team was weaker, but they beat us by outworking us.
05. We got up late, and had a [lazy] brunch on the beach.
06. He got up [lazily] from the couch, and slowly strolled out onto the balcony.
07. We spent a [lazy] afternoon at the movie theater.
08. A [lazy] river crawls through the countryside near the village where I grew up.
09. Even the birds seemed to be flying [lazily] by in the hot summer weather.
10. The kids [lazed] around the house most of the afternoon, until someone finally decided to organize a game of football.
11. Hank [lazed] in his armchair while his wife busied herself making supper.
12. Ted's a smart guy, but he's so [lazy] that he quickly loses any jobs he gets.
13. The sloth is widely regarded as the slowest, [laziest] animal in the world.
14. A Danish proverb observes that a [lazy] boy, and a warm bed are difficult to part.
15. Lech Walesa once stated, "I'm [lazy]. But it's the [lazy] people who invented the wheel and the bicycle because they didn't like walking or carrying things."
16. Anne Frank once noted that [laziness] may appear attractive, but work gives satisfaction.
17. A Norwegian proverb states that the [lazier] a man is, the more he plans to do tomorrow.
18. David Dunham once noted that efficiency is intelligent [laziness].
19. Charlie McCarthy once said that ambition is a poor excuse for not having sense enough to be [lazy].
20. Jules Renard once stated that [laziness] is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired.
21. Robert Heinlein once suggested that progress isn't made by early risers. It's made by [lazy] men trying to find easier ways to do something.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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