Simple Definition of laze
: to spend time relaxing
Full Definition of laze
: to act or lie lazily : idle
: to pass (time) in idleness or relaxation
Examples of laze in a sentence
She's been lazing in the sun all afternoon.
While he was sick, he just lazed around the house.
Origin and Etymology of laze
back-formation from lazy
First Known Use: circa 1592
Synonym Discussion of laze
Rhymes with laze
baize, blaze, braise, braze, chaise, craze, days, daze, faze, fraise, gaze, glaze, graze, Hays, haze, lase, maize, Mays, maze, phase, phrase, praise, raise, raze, vase, ways
LAZE Defined for Kids
Definition of laze for Students
: to spend time relaxing <“No use lazing here while there's work to be done …” — Laura Ingalls Wilder, Little House on the Prairie>
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