See also: Indolence Indolenceness Indolent Indolently Indoctrinate Indorse Indomitable Indorsement Indo Indoles Indoctrinal Indoctrinated Indorsee Indorser Indomie Indomitably Indon Indolic Indolyl Indocid Indocin Indoctrinator Indomitus Indoor Indoctrination
1. A general feeling of Indolence usually overtakes them during summer vacation Recent Examples on the Web Economic recovery has been weak and disaster recovery since Maria was botched by local …
2. Indolence (See also IDLENESS.) bed of roses A situation or state of ease, comfort, or pleasure; the lap of luxury
3. 5 synonyms of Indolence from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 12 related words, definitions, and antonyms
4. Find another word for Indolence
5. Indolence is another word for laziness
6. The noun Indolence means a habit of laziness, especially when avoiding work. In the 1600s, Indolence was mostly used to mean "insensitivity to pain," from the Latin indolentia, "freedom from pain."
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7. The state of showing no real interest or effort: After a sudden burst of activity, the team lapsed back into Indolence
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8. The people feel trapped between the Indolence and apathy of the authorities and fear of …
9. Neither misanthropy, Indolence, nor weariness were his permanent moods
10. THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKY MODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY The hours which he did not waste in listless Indolence were divided between childish sports and childish devotions
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11. Other words suggest themselves, like Indolence, laziness and the relentless pursuit of inactivity
12. I firmly believe that sloth and Indolence are much kinder to the environment than greed and ambition
13. The wandering soul has countless names, many of them suggestive of sloth and Indolence.
14. Ode on Indolence By John Keats About this Poet John Keats was born in London on 31 October 1795, the eldest of Thomas and Frances Jennings Keats’s four children
15. Indolence (Crossword clue) We found 8 answers for “Indolence”. This page shows answers to the clue Indolence, followed by 2 definitions like “ The quality or condition of being indolent ”, “ Inactivity resulting from a dislike of work ” and “ The quality or state of being indolent ”
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16. A synonym for Indolence is lazy.
17. Indolence and love of ease; a want of all laudable ambition, of taste for good company, or of inclination to take the trouble of being agreeable, which make men clergymen
18. (Mansfield Park, by Jane Austen) When the first transports of rage which had produced his activity in seeking her were over, he naturally returned to all his former Indolence.
19. Examples of Indolence in a sentence Sleeping on the couch all day long, the couch potato’s Indolence kept her from living life
20. 🔊 The sloth is known for his Indolence since he spends twenty hours a day lounging in the trees
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21. From Middle French Indolence, from Latin indolentia.
22. Definition of Indolence in the Definitions.net dictionary
23. What does Indolence mean? Information and translations of Indolence in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
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24. What does Indolence mean? Habitual laziness; sloth
25. Indolence definition: Indolence means laziness
26. Antonyms for Indolence include industriousness, drive, energy, industry, diligence, assiduity, assiduousness, conscientiousness, sedulousness and application
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27. Indolence Freedom from that which pains, or harasses, as toil, care, grief, etc
28. "I have ease, if it may not rather be called Indolence ." Indolence The quality or condition of being indolent; inaction, or lack of exertion of body or mind, proceeding from love of ease or aversion to toil; habitual idleness; indisposition to labor; laziness; sloth; inactivity.
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29. Indolence: Habitual laziness; sloth
30. First attested 1603, from French Indolence, insensitivity to pain, from Latin indolentia, insensibility, from in-not + dolere to grieve.Sense of laziness, first attested 1710, is related to taking pains.
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31. 1600, "indifference to pain," from French Indolence (16c.) or directly from Late Latin indolentia "freedom from pain, insensibility," abstract noun from Latin indolentem (nominative indolens) "insensitive to pain," from in-"not, opposite of, without" (see in-(1)) + dolentem (nominative dolens) "grieving," present participle of dolere "suffer pain, grieve" (see doleful).
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32. Crossword Clue The crossword clue Indolence with 5 letters was last seen on the November 19, 2019.We think the likely answer to this clue is SLOTH.Below are all possible answers to this clue ordered by its rank
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33. ‘Other words suggest themselves, like Indolence, laziness and the relentless pursuit of inactivity.’ ‘I wouldn't like to use the term gradual laziness to describe the deterioration my work ethic - not when words like Indolence, sloth and bone-idleness will do so much better.’
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34. Indolence.—The spirit of Christ’s religion is inimical to Indolence in the sphere of business (Luke 16:11, Matthew 24:48; Matthew 23:26), but more especially indolent Christianity is salt without savour (Matthew 5:13).Not only is a state of salvation hard to maintain (Matthew 7:14), but perfection is to be aimed at (Matthew 5:48).An enemy sows tares while we sleep (Matthew 13:25).
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35. Indolence (1 Occurrence) toil; habitual idleness; indisposition to labor
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36. Multi-Version Concordance Indolence (1 Occurrence)
37. Ecclesiastes 10:18 When no work /i/Indolence.htm - 6k
38. Idleness (4 Occurrences) According to the Yahwistic narrative Pharaoh's retort to the complaints of the Israelites was a charge of Indolence (Exodus 5:8
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39. See authoritative translations of Indolence in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
40. J'espère que le Parti réformiste n'encourage pas l' Indolence à la Chambre
41. I hope the Reform Party is not encouraging Indolence in the House.: La Roumanie comprend parfaitement les difficultés, mais également l' Indolence de cette minorité
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42. Romania understands perfectly well the difficulties, but also the Indolence of this minority.: Lassitude, somnolence, tremblement, Indolence.
43. Indolence, the story of a young woman's sensual and sentimental education, is a profound and beautifully written novel." --Naeem Murr, author of A Perfect Man; The Genius of the Sea; The Boy "A sensual, complexly intelligent tale about the daughter of ex-pats in France who loses her mother and enters an underworld of sex, transgression, and
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44. The Folly of Indolence - Go to the ant, you sluggard! Consider her ways and be wise,
45. ‘Other words suggest themselves, like Indolence, laziness and the relentless pursuit of inactivity.’ ‘I wouldn't like to use the term gradual laziness to describe the deterioration my work ethic - not when words like Indolence, sloth and bone-idleness will do so much better.’
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46. This ode, on an abstract idea “Indolence,” is about a speaker who is daydreaming about the three figures noticed on an urn
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47. Indolence or laziness is an inclination to lethargy
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48. Under the impression of Indolence, one forgets the role of hard work.
49. Laziness (also known as Indolence) is disinclination to activity or exertion despite having the ability to act or to exert oneself.It is often used as a pejorative; terms for a person seen to be lazy include "couch potato", "slacker", and "bludger".
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50. Indolence, of course, is an absolutely crucial part of the creative process: you do not find poets sitting in rows in cavernous word factories, staring at screens
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51. The "Ode on Indolence" is one of five odes composed by English poet John Keats in the spring of 1819.The others were "Ode on a Grecian Urn", "Ode on Melancholy", "Ode to a Nightingale" and "Ode to Psyche".The poem describes the state of Indolence, a word which is synonymous with "avoidance" or "laziness".The work was written during a time when Keats was presumably more than usually …
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52. Ode on Indolence is one of the important odes of John Keats
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53. Better devices for promoting Indolence and aggravating the natural proneness to dissension of men in hard circumstances could scarcely have been hit upon
54. Whatever can incite to diligence was the growth of my condition; yet my Indolence was a cureless disease; …
55. Spanish Translation of “Indolence” The official Collins English-Spanish Dictionary online
56. Chapter 2 Indolence OF CHRONIC ILLNESS
57. The Indolence of the Filipino (Dodo Press) Paperback – July 10, 2009 by Jose Rizal (Author), Austin Craig (Editor) 4.1 out of 5 stars 18 ratings
58. Today, the Indolence and hopeless mentality stays toward the masses
59. Synonyms for Indolence in Free Thesaurus
60. 25 synonyms for Indolence: idleness, slacking, laziness, inertia, shirking, lethargy, inactivity
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61. The Indolence of the Filipinos: Summary and Analysis La Indolencia de los Filipinos, more popularly known in its English version, "The Indolence of the Filipinos," is a exploratory essay written by Philippine national hero Dr
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62. Jose Rizal, to explain the alleged idleness of his people during the Spanish colonization.SUMMARY The Indolence of the Filipinos is a study of the causes why the
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63. The Indolence of the Filipinos In this essay of Dr
64. Here he admitted that Indolence exist with in Filipinos, but was because of the troubles experienced by the country.One of this troubles is the hot temperature of the Philippines, which Rizal clearly stated that it is reasonable.
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65. The Ovidian "House of Sleep" sequence of poems is one source for Thomson's Indolence
66. Like Gilbert West 's On the Abuse of Travelling (1739), another burlesque imitation of the Faerie Queene, the Castle of Indolence is a political allegory, in which the Enchanter can be taken as Sir Robert Walpole disarming the opposition with his blandishments.
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indolence (noun) · indolences (plural noun)
The quality or condition of being indolent; inaction, or lack of exertion of body or mind, proceeding from love of ease or aversion to toil; habitual idleness; indisposition to labor; laziness; sloth; inactivity."Life spent in indolence, and therefore sad."
1‘my failure is probably due to my own indolence’. SYNONYMS. laziness, idleness, slothfulness, sloth, shiftlessness, inactivity, inaction, inertia, lifelessness, sluggishness, lethargy, languor, languidness, torpor, torpidity, slowness, dullness.
When applied to a medical situation, indolent can mean a problem that causes no pain, or is slow-growing and not immediately problematic. "Indolent" comes from the Latin word indolens, which means insensitive to pain. The root dolere means to grieve or cause distress. May 19 2019
Definition of indolent. 1a : causing little or no pain. b : slow to develop or heal indolent tumors indolent ulcers. 2a : averse to activity, effort, or movement : habitually lazy. b : conducive to or encouraging laziness indolent heat.