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.
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Late Sunday afternoon the long-running Canned Acoustica series began its short monthly residency of free, unplugged concerts for fans lazing on the green grass of Discovery Green in downtown Houston.
All of these lakes make fantastic picnic or lazing spots too, though only the brave dip into their chilly waters!
Where To Stay: The evening was spent lazing in our very own treehouse, a suite designed by Nicole Hollis as an indoor-outdoor retreat.
Growing up in Southern California, I got invited to a lot, each a passport to splish-splashing and lazing about on lounge chairs, sipping Shirley Temples at a house more glamorous than my own.
Officers routinely used phones equipped with facial-recognition software to check for outstanding warrants on the scruffy-looking folks lazing about the watershed in plain sight or hidden in thick foliage.
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kill time, twiddle one's thumbs;
Synonym Discussion of laze
- idled the day away
- she does her work and then loafs the rest of the day
- he lounged against the wall
- lolling on the couch
- lazed about between appointments
LAZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of laze for English Language Learners
: to spend time relaxing
LAZE Defined for Kids
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