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Do you know anyone lazy or slothful? Then you know a sluggard: an idle or sluggish person.

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Sluggard definition is - a habitually lazy person. ... Other Words from sluggard Synonyms & Antonyms Example Sentences ... Dictionary Entries near sluggard.

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Sluggard definition, a person who is habitually inactive or lazy. See more.

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That meant that vigorous, enterprising firms were penalised whereas sluggards snapped up all the raw materials they could get because they knew that there ...

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SLUGGARD. slug'-ard: Found only in the Old Testament, and there only in Proverbs. It is the rendering given the word 'atsel everywhere in the Revised Version ...

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Definition of sluggard - a lazy, sluggish person. ... 'I'm waiting for those sluggards to bring my steak'. More example sentences. 'We make the busy bee look like ...

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sluggard definition: a habitually lazy or idle personOrigin of sluggardMiddle English slogarde from sluggen, to be lazy, go slowly, probably from Scand, as in  ...

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Definition of SLUGGARD and SLUGGARDIZE from the King James Bible Dictionary.

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How long will you lie there, you sluggard? When will you get up from your sleep? -Proverbs 6:9 · #lazy#slacker#loafer#slug#idler. by notasluggard April 13, ...