/ˌlæk əˈdeɪ zɪ kəl/
without interest, vigor, or determination; listless; lethargic:
a lackadaisical attempt.
a lackadaisical fellow.
slothful, unambitious, idle.
lacking vitality and purpose
lazy or idle, esp in a dreamy way
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But that same lackadaisical guy is the star who talks openly about the burdens of being the breadwinner for two labels.
Lackadaisical customer service, with erratic parts supplies, are only bad memories.
And with all but two performances ranging from lackadaisical to broad, so does the picture.
Many times, employees may be lackadaisical in their duties knowing their pay can't be affected.
Sometimes members slouch or are lackadaisical with discontented or faraway looks on their faces.
The members are so utterly weary of lackadaisical methods that they are look ing for a firm policy.
So long as my colleagues excuse such lackadaisical behavior, prompt abatement will never be achieved.