slothful

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sloth +‎ -ful

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slothful (comparative more slothful, superlative most slothful)

  1. Lazy; idle; tending to sloth.
    Synonyms: inactive, sluggish, indolent
    Antonyms: active, unslothful
    • Bible, Proverbs 18:9
      He also that is slothful in his work is brother to him that is a great waster.

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