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Correct spelling:
sluggard
Definition:
One who is always lazy and idle.

Synonyms:

adjective
fainéant
otiose, shiftless.
inert
impassive, lazy, unmoving, sleepy, torpid, idle, static, paralyzed, still, slack, asleep, phlegmatic, immobile, quiet, inert, dormant, listless, dead, numb, indolent, languorous, quiescent, down, dull, sluggish, slothful, powerless, languid, stolid, slumberous, apathetic, inactive, impotent, leaden, motionless, unreactive, inanimate, passive, unresponsive.
sluggish
heavy, dopey, comatose, inert, lumpish, stiff, draggy, sleepyheaded, hebetudinous, drippy, slow, blah*, dragging, sullen, Mooney, lifeless, lethargic, off, stagnant, pokey, laid-back*.
noun
bungler
slouch.
couch potato
lounger, spectator, observer, goof-off, tv viewer, bystander, lazy-bones, tv-viewer, video-gazer, lazy person, inactive person, viewer, sofa spud, televiewer, sluggard, spud, television viewer, lotuseater.
drone
sponger, leech, parasite.
fainéant
bum, layabout.
idler
loafer.
laggard
slowpoke.
layabout
no-good, slugabed.
loafer
deadbeat, wanderer, waster, do-nothing, slacker, shirker, malingerer, beachcomber, ne'er-do-well, wastrel, good-for-nothing.
person
slug, sluggard.
slowpoke
dilly-dallyer, straggler, plodder, procrastinator.
sluggard
lazybones, snail, drone, laggard, slouch, faineant, dawdler, loafer, slug, idler.
Examples of usage:
  1. Whether I go to the ant as sluggard, or myrmocologist, or accidentally, via Pterodactyl Pups, a day spent with them invariably leaves me with my whole being concentrated on this mysterious Atta Ego. – Edge of the Jungle by William Beebe
  2. Therefore ye rouse no sluggard from day- dreams. – The Oedipus Trilogy by Sophocles
  3. But now her mistress would learn her swinking, and hard was the lesson, for with twiggen rods and switches was she learned, and was somewhat stubborn with this woman, who she deemed loved her not; and, however it were, there began to grow in her an inkling that all was not well with the dame, and howsoever she might fear her, she trusted her not, nor worshipped her; otherwise she had learned her lesson speedily; for she was not slack nor a sluggard, and hated not the toil, even when it pained and wearied her, but against the anger and malice she hardened her heart. – The Water of the Wondrous Isles by William Morris
  4. Study well the ant, thou sluggard. – In the Days When the World Was Wide and Other Verses by Henry Lawson
  5. And what does she up yonder, the shameless sluggard, amidst all those men, in the absence of her lord? – La Sorcière: The Witch of the Middle Ages by Jules Michelet
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