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Correct spelling for LAZYNESS
We think the word lazyness is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for lazyness
- Lameness(Definition of lameness)
- Lateness(Definition of lateness)
- Laxness(Definition of laxness)
- Lazybones(Definition of lazybones)
- Slyness(Definition of slyness)
- Haziness(Definition of haziness)
- Leanness(Definition of leanness)
- Laziness(Definition of laziness)
- Sleaziness(Definition of Sleaziness)
Zino, too, was vexed, first that stella should have been subjected to annoyance on his account, and in the second place because his temporary lameness prevented his challenging de hauterive.
Despite the darkness of the paths, and the lateness of the hour-despite the tempest surely threatening in the sky-some such errand had tempted forth at least two travellers on that very night.
His laxness is our luck!
You are always taking up for lazybones."
A certain slyness about the character of agnes is its only drawback.
I get to windward of the dog that way, and, i fear, sometimes to windward of the wife too; the haziness of my french leaving the one just as wise as the other.
The next morning, i was up almost with sunrise; and passed the greater part of the day in walking about among villages, lanes, and fields, just as chance led me.
Several ladies expressed their disappointment at the "insufficient leanness" of the poet's figure, whereupon his business manager explained that he belonged to the fleshy school.
The summer laziness was still upon these big bucks; the wild fall running had not seized them.