verb \ˈlāz\

: to spend time relaxing


Full Definition of LAZE

intransitive verb
:  to act or lie lazily :  idle
transitive verb
:  to pass (time) in idleness or relaxation
laze noun

Examples of LAZE

  1. She's been lazing in the sun all afternoon.
  2. While he was sick, he just lazed around the house.

Origin of LAZE

back-formation from lazy
First Known Use: circa 1592


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