verb (used without object), lazed, lazing.
to idle or lounge lazily (often followed by around):
I was too tired to do anything but laze around this weekend.
verb (used with object), lazed, lazing.
to pass (time, life, etc.) lazily (usually followed by away).
a period of ease or indolence:
a quiet laze in the hammock.
(intransitive) to be indolent or lazy
(transitive) often foll by away. to spend (time) in indolence
the act or an instance of idling
1590s, back-formation from lazy. Related: Lazed; lazing.
[led-bel-ee] /ˈlɛdˌbɛl i/ noun 1. . [led-bet-er] /ˈlɛd bɛt ər/ noun 1. Huddie [huhd-ee] /ˈhʌd i/ (Show IPA), (“Leadbelly”) 1885?–1949, U.S. folk singer. /ˈlɛdˌbɛlɪ/ noun 1. real name Huddie Ledbetter. 1888–1949, US blues singer and guitarist
[leed] /lid/ noun, Nautical. 1. any block that alters the direction of a rope; fairlead.
[led] /lɛd/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a white crystalline compound, PbCO 3 , toxic when inhaled, insoluble in water and alcohol: used as an exterior paint pigment.
[led] /lɛd/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a yellow crystalline compound, PbCrO 4 , toxic, insoluble in water: used as an industrial paint pigment. /lɛd/ noun 1. (chem) a yellow solid used as a pigment, as in chrome yellow. Formula: PbCrO4