The Collaborative International Dictionary
Laze \Laze\ (l[=a]z), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Lazed (l[=a]zd); p.
pr. & vb. n. Lazing.] [See Lazy.]
To be lazy or idle. [Colloq.]
vb. (en-past of: laze)
Usage examples of "lazed".
While numerous loud threats were exchanged, and some halfhearted pushing and shoving went on, Ruby Archuleta lazed over to a grassy slope, sat down, and bemusedly smoked a cigarette.
Half a dozen other punts, several with camera-ready tourists, lazed along the next stretch of the narrow river.
A breeze lazed from a half-open window to a smaller window which was missing its glass.
Fog lazed along, yielding glimpses of vendors’ booths across the way advertising clam chowder and shrimps.
When he woke, sometime around noon, he lazed for a while in luxurious enjoyment of warm, dry blankets and a real bed beneath his sore backside.