Synonyms & Antonyms : Idle


( Adjective )

When men cannot find employment, they remain idle.










Contextual Examples:

Helium is an inert gas, as it neither moves nor causes any motion.

Village laborer is unoccupied for about six months in a year.

The waiters seem lazy in this restaurant as there is not much rush of visitors.

Many machines have been inactive in this office since the computer was installed last year.

Her sloth manners keep her away from good friend.

I feel sluggish and lazy after eating too much.

Due to lack of enough avenues for employment, the unemployed youth are becoming frustrated day by day.

The teacher scolded the indolent student but could not pull him up.







Contextual Examples:

Deepak is a very active boy. He is good in both sports and studies.

Sarita keeps herself busy in one activity or the other all her waking hours.

John takes diligent interest in both sports and studies.

He is quite industrious in his studies.

The book was the result of ten year’s assiduous research.

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