sluggard


1slug·gard

noun \ˈslə-gərd\

Definition of SLUGGARD

:  a habitually lazy person

Examples of SLUGGARD

  1. <tried to wake up the sluggards who were still sleeping at that late hour>

Origin of SLUGGARD

Middle English sluggart
First Known Use: 14th century

2sluggard

adjective

Definition of SLUGGARD

slug·gard·ness noun

First Known Use of SLUGGARD

1557

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