Adjectives for Indolence | Words to describe Indolence
How do you describe Indolence?
- 1. And so great is the natural indolence of mankind, that the amount of exercise, needful for health, will never be secured by those who are led to it through no necessity, but merely from rational considerations. 🔊
- 2. In the lazy indolence of that sun-baked land of silence, idleness and love, affection is quickly cultivated, as the fast-living set who go up there each winter know well. 🔊
- 3. Inheriting early in life a fine business, he had gradually allowed himself to give way to a constitutional indolence, a fatality of temperament which Gilbert happily had escaped. 🔊
- 4. Was it true, indeed, that his natural indolence could not rouse itself even to the defence of a young wife's reputation? 🔊
- 5. Hardships whet the ingenuity of man; God himself for man's own good brought an end to the age of golden indolence, shook the honey from the trees, and gave vipers their venom. 🔊