Laziness (See also Carelessness.) Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Laziness (See also Carelessness.)

  1. Bailey Junior nonchalant, inefficient boardinghouse page. [Br. Lit.: Martin Chuzzlewit]
  2. Bailey, Beetle goldbricking army private. [Comics: Horn, 105–106]
  3. Belacqua too slothful in life, he repents after death. [Ital. Lit.: Divine Comedy]
  4. Bshyst demon of sloth. [Zoroastrian Myth.: Leach, 175]
  5. Capp, Andy deliberately jobless and shirks household duties. [Comics: Horn, 82]
  6. Datchery, Dick hotel resident with no occupation. [Br. Lit.: Edwin Drood]
  7. Jughead terminally indolent, save when hunger dictates. [Comics: “Archie” in Horn, 87]
  8. Krebs, Maynard G. for whom “work” is a four-letter word. [TV: “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis” in Terrace, II, 64–66]
  9. Lake of Idleness whoever drank thereof, grew immediately “faint and weary.” [Br. Lit.: Faerie Queene]
  10. Lazybones popular song by Hoagy Carmichael (1933). [Am. Music: Kinkle, II, 268]
  11. Lester, Jeeter hapless sharecropper too lazy to keep his large family from starving. [Am. Lit.: Caldwell Tobacco Road]
  12. Little Boy Blue asleep under haystack while livestock roam. [Nurs. Rhyme: Mother Goose, 11]
  13. Oblomov indolent landowner, always in robe and slippers. [Russ. Lit.: Oblomov]
  14. phlegm humor effecting temperament of sluggishness. [Medieval Physiology: Hall, 130]
  15. sloth arboreal mammal, always associated with sluggishness. [Zoology: Misc.]
  16. Speed an “illiterate loiterer”; slow-moving servant. [Br. Lit.: Two Gentlemen of Verona]

Lechery (See LUST.)