Usage examples of "lounge around".
Those passengers who still retained a taste for scenery gravitated to the lounge around the waist of the ship, from whose three-mile circumference the starbow could be seen like a rainbow sash.
The dome lighting is rigged for tropical climate if you want to lounge around getting a tan.
Clumping into the Dewdrop's lounge around noon, she felt like a good computer simulation of death.
He couldn't afford to lounge around feeling sorry for himself for long.
What I'd planned to do was lounge around for the summer, but I'm getting rather bored.
You lounge around my ship like overpriced trampers for a couple of days, then flit around for two hours while I try to dodge bulk freighters and get this thing into a docking station designed for scavenger pickers.
I had thought we were going to lounge around and go swimming, but Parker wanted to do things.
It would feel good to be lazy for a day, she decided, to lounge around the suite in comfortable clothes and do absolutely nothing.
They are comfortable, and great to lounge around in-- until you get a good profile look at yourself in the mirror.
Probably just as well, Justin thought, since the lull enabled him to continue splitting his attention between the cityscape and the conversation in the lounge around him.
I didn't think her arrival was an accident, especially when she could have used the employees' lounge around the corner.
Every day I'd wake up, lounge around in bed for a while, come in to work-where service was already on automatic full swing-and look around for someone to fire.
You won't lounge around here living high and throwing big parties and cooking up deals to get fat on the expense of the working man.