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indolence

noun in·do·lence \ˈin-də-lən(t)s\

Definition of INDOLENCE

:  inclination to laziness :  sloth

Examples of INDOLENCE

  1. <a general feeling of indolence usually overtakes them during summer vacation>

First Known Use of INDOLENCE

1710

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