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Indolent - definition of indolent by The Free Dictionary

indolent [ˈɪndələnt] adj → indolente. in·do·lent . a. indolente, perezoso-a; inactivo-a, lento-a en desarrollarse, tal como sucede en ciertas úlceras.

indolente - Definición - WordReference.com

indolente . adj. y com. Insensible: le gusta hacerse el indolente, pero lo pasó tan mal como yo. Perezoso, vago: es una indolente, no se levanta hasta la hora de comer.

indolente - sinónimos y antónimos - WordReference.com

indolente. vago, desidioso, abúlico, abandonado, dejado, descuidado, gandul, indiferente, negligente, apático, flojo, haragán, perezoso; Antónimos: laborioso, activo

Indolente | Spanish to English Translation - SpanishDict

Translate Indolente. See 2 authoritative translations of Indolente in English with example sentences and audio pronunciations.

indolente - Wiktionary

indolente. feminine of indolent; Italian Adjective . indolente ...

indolent - Wiktionary

indolent (feminine singular indolente, masculine plural indolents, feminine plural indolentes) indolent (all senses) Retrieved from "https://en.wiktionary ...

Indolent | Definition of Indolent by Merriam-Webster

Perhaps Henry James's idea of the taste for art in England as a “tribute to propriety” holds perversely true, with the indolent taste for scandal and celebrity ...

Indolence - definition of indolence by The Free Dictionary

We continued not in a state of indolence, but hunted every day, and prepared a little cottage to defend us from the Winter storms.

Indolent | Define Indolent at Dictionary.com

Indolent definition, having or showing a disposition to avoid exertion; slothful: an indolent person. See more.

Indolence | Definition of Indolence by Merriam-Webster

Define indolence: inclination to laziness : sloth — indolence in a sentence


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