loll

Part of speech: verb

To hang out, as the tongue; lean idly or at ease; lounge.

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Usage examples "loll":

  1. I promised again that I would do a lot of work in the vac; but Jack Ward arranged that he would come down and stay with us directly after the 'Varsity match was over, and I could not be expected to allow him to loll in a boat and play the fool without restraint. - "Godfrey Marten, Undergraduate", Charles Turley.
  2. About two coss from the castle is a garden belonging to Khan- Khana, called the Loll baug, all the way between being pleasantly shaded by rows of trees. - "A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VIII.", Robert Kerr.
  3. Rather than be alone, she would admit Phoebe Marks into her confidence, and loll on one of the sofas in her luxurious dressing- room, discussing a new costume for some coming dinner- party; or sit chattering to the girl with her jewel- box beside her, upon the satin cushions, and Sir Michael's presents spread out in her lap, while she counted and admired her treasures. - "Lady Audley's Secret", Mary Elizabeth Braddon.