Definitions for "Sloth "
Sloth allows you to slow down a specified application by specifying the delay on the process. It slows the process down by very rapidly sending it SIGSTOP and SIGCONT, giving the appearance of a slower application.
Slowness; tardiness.
Disinclination to action or labor; sluggishness; laziness; idleness.
Keywords:  deadly, acedia, apathy, laziness, sins
apathy and inactivity in the practice of virtue (personified as one of the deadly sins)
Commonly defined as laziness, Sloth represents one of the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man. A statue embodying the human characteristic of sloth can be found inside the Rock of Eternity.
In Roman Catholicism, sloth (Latin: accidia, pigritia) is one of the seven deadly sins, and is defined as spiritual and/or actual apathy or laziness, putting off what God asks you to do, or not doing it or anything at all. Acedia is a Latin word, from Greek akedia, literally meaning "absence of caring".
Sloth, probably the most memorable character from Richard Donner and Steven Spielberg's 1985 classic film, The Goonies, was a large deformed man played by Oakland Raiders defensive end, John Matuszak.
Keywords:  exciting, destroy, don't, want, animal
an exciting animal to see, and people don't want to destroy it