lollygag
[ lol-ee-gag ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
mid-19th century; English from an unknown origin, possibly related to dawdle
Synonyms
  • dawdle dally goof off
Antonyms
  • hasten rush hurry
Definition
to spend time idly; loaf
Example
A) The students would lollygag about the classroom, occasionally tuning into the lecture. B) My ideal Saturday is to lollygag about my apartment and do as little as possible.
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