Idleness and Indolence

Idleness

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Idleness noun – An inclination not to do work or engage in activities.
Usage example: the brothers' innate idleness meant that neither did much, either inside or outside their ramshackle cabin

Indolence is a synonym for idleness in laziness topic. In some cases you can use "Indolence" instead a noun "Idleness", when it comes to topics like industrious, sluggishness, inactivity, sloth. popular alternative
Nearby Word: idle
Synonyms for Idleness

Indolence

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Indolence noun – An inclination not to do work or engage in activities.
Usage example: a general feeling of indolence usually overtakes them during summer vacation

Idleness is a synonym for indolence in laziness topic. You can use "Idleness" instead a noun "Indolence", if it concerns topics such as sloth, industrious, sluggishness, inactivity. popular alternative
Nearby Words: indolent, indolently
Synonyms for Indolence
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Indolence and Idleness. (2016). Retrieved 2021, January 25, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/idleness/indolence
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