idlesome

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From idle +‎ -some.

AdjectiveEdit

idlesome (comparative more idlesome, superlative most idlesome)

  1. Characterised or marked by idleness
    • 2000, Marie Campbell, Tales from the Cloud Walking Country:
      His other girl was pretty to look at, but lazy and idlesome. She wouldn't do a hand's turn of work.
    • 2012, Jennifer Jensen Wallach, John A. Kirk, Arsnick:
      The older heads with idlesome ideas are thinning out, consequently with each new generation will come more and greater accomplishments.

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