(1) Mexican food, pomegranate Margaritas at Rosa Mexicana, the lazy slothful pace of New York in summer.(2) Neither does it tarry long in the hands of those too slothful , too dishonest, or too unintelligent to exercise it.(3) To judge from some of the wildly hostile remarks from the Scottish political classes, it would seem this slothful water utility is regarded as a sacred object.(4) The athletic spring that had once been in my step had slid disgracefully into a slothful waddle and I was metamorphosing into a thirty-something marshmallow instead.(5) We have had a long time of liberty, and have enjoyed our ministers, and sermons, and ordinances, with freedom; and we grew dull, and slothful , and sleepy.(6) Sir William Brereton, a Cheshire gentleman and Puritan visiting in 1636, called the common people sluttish, nasty and slothful .(7) That often happens when it's been a slow news day, a sluggish news week or sometimes even a slothful news month.(8) A U.S.-based systems company has set up its UK headquarters in York - and plans to woo slothful people back to the gymnasium.(9) By day four, I had melted into a slothful recluse: soul and body atrophying, hair matted, bed unmade, depressed and petulant - a real joy.(10) The second figure was walking towards the survivors with the same slow, slothful intent as the first had just minutes earlier.(11) Let's admit that in modern times, this ‘sin’ has become mired in a theological cul-de-sac: sloth is bad because it impedes progress; progress is good because it enables us to be slothful .(12) But the stereotype of today's footballer is the opposite of slothful .(13) Thus exercise, a new skill and a decent night's sleep and productive Thursday can replace overindulgence and a somewhat seedy and slothful Thursday.(14) And while you could make the case that Hamlet was a misanthrope, you commit the slothful sin of identifying the author with his creation if you say the same of Shakespeare.(15) This is pretty good progress for you George, even accounting for your usual slothful approach to work.(16) In captivity, the tigers were generally thought to be slothful , sluggish and boring and did not entertain their viewers.