Lazybones


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Lazybones

popular song by Hoagy Carmichael (1933). [Am. Music: Kinkle, II, 268]
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He also likes to rudely awaken napping trains and calls them names such as "lazybones" (6).
Below is a photo of the "lazybones market" in Damascus:
There is nothing she can't do with a tractor, hoe, or kitchen stove -- except, perhaps, be a lazybones and sleep in the sun.
Awake!--the widow sings.--Get up, you old lazybones!
No blackouts, no cabbies-turned-holdup-men, no lazybones interminably holding rallies instead of earning a living, and inconveniencing all who do, no hours-long traffic, no once-insiders-now-outsiders-looking-in hectoring the public aided by aging bishops (aka Pajero church dudes) to pressure termed officials to resign so they can take over.
Feeling especially grouchy, Bear yelled, "Hey, lazybones, don't you ever move?
Before nightfall I had already gone around the village, and even had a look at the bathing place with my friend Chiriac, son of Goian, a lazybones and a ne'er-do-well like myself.
Lazybones that got used to reaping supplies by clicking on objects will have to forget it.
The figure of the lazybones was diametrically opposed to the employee and Arlt ennobled it giving his friend the status of a prophet.
Because self-confessed "lazybones" Lisa James has shifted more than four stone to become a slimming club's weight loss wonder.
Pretty good for a Huddersfield woman who describes herself as a lazybones. No-one will be agreeing with Victoria Reilly who this weekend flies out to Africa for an eight day trek up Kilimanjaro.