indolent

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indolent

1. Pathol causing little pain
2. (esp of a painless ulcer) slow to heal

indolent

[′in·də·lənt]
(medicine)
Of or relating to a slow-growing, nonpainful neoplasm.
Slowness in the process of healing.
References in classic literature ?
Didn't he suffer contamination from the indolence of Captain Anthony, I inquired.
Further, Johnson's indolence and prejudices are here again evident; often when he did not know the facts he did not take the trouble to investigate; a thorough Tory himself he was often unfair to men of Whig principles; and for poetry of the delicately imaginative and romantic sort his rather painfully practical mind had little appreciation.
The useless fussing of that tiny energetic organism affected unpleasantly this big man threatened in his indolence.
To say nothing of their habitual indolence, by what contrivance within the reach of so simple a people could such enormous masses have been moved or fixed in their places?