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lollygag (also lallygag)
verb intr.: To fool around, waste time, or spend time lazily.
Origin unknown. Earliest documented use: 1880.
“[Photographer Nathan] Benn didn’t lollygag. Between June and October, he exposed 286 rolls of film.”
Mark Feeney; A Vivid Time Capsule of the North Shore; The Boston Globe (Massachusetts); Jan 12, 2017.
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