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  1. to idle or lounge lazily (often followed by around): I was too tired to do anything but laze around this weekend. verb (used with object), lazed, laz·ing. to pass (time, life, etc.) lazily (usually followed by away).
  2. Lazing away the summer: Some dormice start their hibernation early Subject: Lazing away the summer: Some dormice start their hibernation early Created Date: 7/22/ AM.
  3. (often with away) kill time, waste time, fritter away, doss (Brit. slang), pass time, while away the hours, veg out (slang, chiefly U.S.), fool away She lazed away most of the morning. laze verb.
  4. laze away 1. To be idle or slothful; to be totally inactive. ("Laze" is an informal verbalization of "lazy.").
  5. Are our children eating and/or lazing away their future? The Childhood obesity epidemic is putting today’s youth on course to be the first generation to live shorter, less healthy lives than their parents. According to the National Centre for Health Statistics, Childhood obesity has more than.
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  7. The restaurant - which is open from11am - is perfect for lazing away on day beds, a long luxurious lunch or evening meal set in among the rocks and lush greenery.
  8. Lazing away a summer's day. No matter how you enjoy spending your time on the water, L-Series has a model that's perfect for you and your family. The L3 Entertainer offers 3 high back helm chairs and a practical rear bar unit that is perfect for entertaining on the water.
  9. If you're not lazing away your Sunday morning on the beach in Condado, attending a service at the Weekend Escape to San Juan, Puerto Rico For instance, a paramedic with a spy camera could walk in and record a doctor " lazing away " while he or she is resting or .

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