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dilatory
adj. habitually late
Always waiting until the last moment to do his work, Stephen was a dilatory student.
indolent
adj. lazy
Mr. Lan said his students were indolent because none of them had done their homework.
insipid
adj. uninteresting; unchallenging
That insipid movie was so boring and predictable that I walked out.
listless
adj. lacking energy
Since she is accustomed to an active lifestyle, Mary feels listless when she has nothing to do.
torpor
n. laziness; inactivity; dullness
The hot and humid day filled everyone with an activity-halting torpor.