idlers (part of speech: noun)
hoboes, slackers, goldbricks, clock watchers, moochers, beggars, idlers, panhandlers, slouchers, layabouts, ne'er-do-wells, slowpokes, loiterers, lingerers, mooches, dilly-dallyers, loafers, lounge lizards, wastrels, slouches, bums, goof-offs, couch potatoes, mendicants, scroungers, tramps, freeloaders, dawdlers, vagrants, spongers, good-for-nothings, mopes, drones
idler (part of speech: noun)
hobo, slacker, goldbrick, clock watcher, mooch, beggar, idler, panhandler, slouch, layabout, ne'er-do-well, slowpoke, loiterer, lingerer, moocher, dilly-dallyer, loafer, lounge lizard, wastrel, sloucher, bum, goof-off, couch potato, mendicant, scrounger, tramp, freeloader, dawdler, vagrant, sponger, good-for-nothing, mope, drone
- You go tell that old black lazybones to come here with his spade this minute. - "The Heart's Kingdom", Maria Thompson Daviess.
- And when daylight came, and the sun shining in at his bare window vexed his eyes and brought him back to a realization of the duty that lay before him and to the anxieties of the day, he dreamed that it was time to go to the School, and that his brother, before going down to the factory, opened the door and called to him: Come, lazybones! - "Fromont and Risler, Complete", Alphonse Daudet Last Updated: March 3, 2009.
- There was old Lazybones, as Pedro had named the one who, presenting the greatest girth, had to carry the largest pack. - "Unexplored!", Allen Chaffee.