Examples of indolence in a Sentence
a general feeling of indolence usually overtakes them during summer vacation
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Through sloth the roof sinks in and through indolence, the house leaks.
And with the real estate stakes so high — the median sale price of a home on the lower peninsula was over $850,000 in January — whimsy, experimentation and indolence seem to struggle for a foothold.
Another woman worried about her husband’s indolence in the early months of retirement.
The Supreme Court is obliged to act because of the indolence of the executive, say the judge’s supporters.
There's negligence, errors, indolence, even a lack of conscience among the drivers.
Walker attributed the success of the strip to Beetle's indolence and reluctance to follow authority.
What looks to older generations like indolence and a reluctance to grow up might be, at least in part, a response to medical developments.
Among those most involved in volunteering and rescuing victims were young people, who seemed especially motivated to defy stereotypes of apathy and indolence.
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