lazy

Irresponsible vs Lazy - What's the difference?

irresponsible | lazy |


As an adjective irresponsible

is lacking a sense of responsibility; incapable of or not chargeable with responsibility; unable to respond to obligation.

As a noun irresponsible

is someone who is not responsible.

As a verb lazy is

.

Lazy vs Somnolent - What's the difference?

lazy | somnolent | Related terms |

Lazy is a related term of somnolent.


As a verb lazy

is .

As an adjective somnolent is

drowsy or sleepy.

Unaffected vs Lazy - What's the difference?

unaffected | lazy | Related terms |

Unaffected is a related term of lazy.


As an adjective unaffected

is not affected or changed.

As a noun unaffected

is someone not , as by a disease.

As a verb lazy is

.

Collected vs Lazy - What's the difference?

collected | lazy | Related terms |

Collected is a related term of lazy.


As verbs the difference between collected and lazy

is that collected is (collect) while lazy is .

As an adjective collected

is , emotionally , in focus.

Stolid vs Lazy - What's the difference?

stolid | lazy |


As an adjective stolid

is having or revealing little emotion or sensibility.

As a verb lazy is

.

Lazy vs Phlegmatic - What's the difference?

lazy | phlegmatic | Related terms |

Lazy is a related term of phlegmatic.


As a verb lazy

is .

As an adjective phlegmatic is

not easily excited to action or passion; calm; sluggish.

As a noun phlegmatic is

one who has a phlegmatic disposition.

Nonchalant vs Lazy - What's the difference?

nonchalant | lazy | Synonyms |

Nonchalant is a synonym of lazy.


As an adjective nonchalant

is casually calm and relaxed.

As a verb lazy is

.

Lazy vs Lacklustre - What's the difference?

lazy | lacklustre | Related terms |

Lazy is a related term of lacklustre.


As a verb lazy

is .

As an adjective lacklustre is

(british).

Lazy vs Debilitated - What's the difference?

lazy | debilitated | Related terms |

Lazy is a related term of debilitated.


As verbs the difference between lazy and debilitated

is that lazy is while debilitated is (debilitate).

As an adjective debilitated is

weakened.

Unheeding vs Lazy - What's the difference?

unheeding | lazy | Related terms |

Unheeding is a related term of lazy.


As an adjective unheeding

is showing disregard.

As a verb lazy is

.

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