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Example sentences for indolence

It is a strange degree of indolence and sloth to suffer our minds at that time to be alienated from their proper business.
Indolence and inertia is a problem only with the officials administering the payments, not the workers receiving them.
However, this is often the result of a welfare system that rewards indolence.
As explained in voice-over, a nuclear war nearly destroys civilization, but humankind re-emerges into an age of indolence.
Little by little, a sort of innate indolence leads him to discard all his fine intentions.

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