Definitions for "Lazy"
Disinclined to action or exertion; averse to labor; idle; shirking work.
Inactive; slothful; slow; sluggish; as, a lazy stream.
Lazy [from the German for "slack"] has largely replaced the native English terms "slack" and "idle" as the main word for expressing the concept "averse to work"... but of course the slacker and the idler are averse to work for wholly different reasons. The indolence of the dawdling idler makes him seem lazy, it's true... but we must distinguish, with Aristotle, between laziness (aergia) on the one hand, and abstention-from-worldly-activities-in-order-that-one-may-be-more-meditative (skhole), on the other. The lazybones suffers from a deficiency in will, and spirit; not so the idler. See: LANGUID, SLUGGISH, TIRED, TORPOR.
Lazy is the fourth single off the album Coming Up by Suede, released on April 7, 1997 on Nude Records. It was also the fourth single off the album to reach the top 10.
"Lazy" is a song by British hard rock band Deep Purple from their 1972 album Machine Head, a live performance of the song can be found on the album Made in Japan, released later the same year. The song starts out as an instrumental, with Ritchie Blackmore and Jon Lord swapping solos on guitar and hammond organ respectively. Ian Gillan comes in with the vocals later in the song, although at live concerts the vocals would often be replaced by Gillan playing a harmonica, in which cases the song would indeed be an instrumental.
Keywords:  vicious, wicked
Wicked; vicious.
Plants grow prostrate rather than upright because of an ageotropic growth habit. In rice literature, some extreme spreading forms have been mis-termed lazy.
Keywords:  gently, pace, slowly, river, clouds
moving slowly and gently; "up a lazy river"; "lazy white clouds"; "at a lazy pace"
Keywords:  adjective, general
adjective अल्छि general