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Do-nothing   /du-nˈəθɪŋ/   Listen
Do-nothing

noun
1.
Person who does no work.  Synonyms: bum, idler, layabout, loafer.






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"Do-nothing" Quotes from Famous Books



... calm gaze of the desert, he found himself turning his thoughts inward. He had been driven out of his father's house. He had been called a dawdler and a trifler and a do-nothing. He had been told by a stern old man who was a man that he was a disgrace to his name. He had never done anything but dance and smoke and drink and make pretty speeches which were polite lies and which were accepted ...
— Under Handicap - A Novel • Jackson Gregory



Words linked to "Do-nothing" :   dawdler, lie-abed, shirker, spiv, good-for-nothing, good-for-naught, drone, layabout, lagger, trifler, clock watcher, irresponsible, lounger, idler, sunbather, mope, daydreamer, goldbrick, sluggard, dallier, ne'er-do-well, laggard, nonworker, dillydallier, dilly-dallier, goof-off, slug, woolgatherer, slacker, lazybones, trailer, poke, slugabed, no-account, whittler, couch potato, loon



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