Synonyms and related words:
Fabian policy, Micawberism, acedia, afterthought, amble, antipathy, apathy, aridity, asininity, averseness, aversion, backwardness, barrenness, bind, block, blockage, blockishness, bloodlessness, boobishness, boorishness, boredom, bovinity, bureaucratic delay, characterlessness, cloddishness, colorlessness, crassness, crudeness, cursoriness, deadness, delay, delayage, delayed reaction, deliberateness, deliberation, denseness, density, detention, dilatoriness, dim-wittedness, dimness, disagreement, disinclination, dismalness, disobedience, disrelish, dissent, distaste, do-nothingness, dolce far niente, doltishness, double take, drag, dragginess, dragging, dreariness, droop, drowsiness, dryness, dull-wittedness, dullardism, dullness, dumbness, duncery, dustiness, effeteness, emptiness, enervation, ennui, ergophobia, etiolation, faineancy, faineantise, fatigue, flatness, flounce, foot-dragging, fractiousness, gait, gallop, grossness, grudging consent, grudgingness, halt, hang-up, hastelessness, heaviness, hebetude, hesitation, hindrance, hitch, hobble, hoboism, hold-off, holdup, hollowness, inactivity, inanimation, inanity, indifference, indisposedness, indisposition, indocility, indolence, inertia, inexcitability, inexertion, infrequence, infrequency, insipidity, insipidness, interim, intractableness, jadedness, jam, jejunity, jog, lack of enthusiasm, lack of zeal, lackadaisicalness, lag, laggardness, lagging, languidness, languishment, languor, languorousness, lassitude, laxness, laziness, leadenness, leisureliness, lenitude, lentor, lethargy, lifelessness, limp, listlessness, lock step, logjam, lotus-eating, loutishness, lowness of spirit, lumpishness, lurch, mince, mincing steps, moratorium, mugwump, mutinousness, ninnyism, nolition, oafdom, oafishness, obstinacy, obstruction, obtuseness, occasionalness, opacity, opposition, oscitancy, pace, paddle, paleness, pallor, paperasserie, passivity, pause, perfunctoriness, phlegm, piaffer, pointlessness, pokiness, ponderousness, prance, procrastination, rack, rareness, rarity, recalcitrance, recalcitrancy, red tape, red-tapeism, red-tapery, refractoriness, refusal, relaxedness, reluctance, remissness, renitence, renitency, reprieve, repugnance, resistance, respite, retardance, retardation, roll, satedness, saunter, scarceness, scarcity, scuttle, seldomness, shamble, shiftlessness, shuffle, sidle, simpletonianism, single-foot, slackness, sleepiness, slink, slither, sloth, slothfulness, slouch, slow-up, slowdown, sluggishness, solemnity, somnolence, sottishness, sparsity, spiritlessness, spring fever, stagger, stalk, stall, stay, stay of execution, step, sterility, stiffness, stodginess, stolidity, stop, stoppage, stride, stroll, strolling gait, strut, stubbornness, stuffiness, stupefaction, stupidity, stupor, sulk, sulkiness, sulks, sullenness, superficiality, supineness, suspension, swagger, swing, tastelessness, tediousness, temporization, thick-headedness, thick-wittedness, tie-up, time lag, toddle, torpidity, torpidness, torpitude, torpor, totter, tread, trot, uncommonness, unenthusiasm, unfrequentness, unhastiness, unhurriedness, uninterestingness, uniqueness, unliveliness, unteachability, unusualness, unwillingness, vagrancy, vapidity, vapidness, velocity, waddle, wait, walk, weariness, woodenness, world-weariness, wrongheadedness, yokelism

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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