Personal interests may be indolently neglected or carelessly pursued.
Few birds care to take life so easily, not to say indolently.
She indolently flashes a ring on her most important finger, and he starts back melodramatically.
The same farmer sat as indolently now as then, on the top step.
The group gathered in the hotel branch of Pitt & Sanderson were indolently interested rather than excited.
"I thought I mentioned that there would not be time," she added, indolently, in her sweet voice.
"It makes me furious to see both of you making violent love to Joy Havenith," she said indolently.
She was indolently despotic, fond of playing with her sensations, and amusing herself with her passions.
Her new beau then, carelessly seating himself by her side, indolently said: 'What a heat!
Mamma was looking over her shoulder, sadly, through the window at the familiar view of lake and mountain, indolently listening.
indolent in·do·lent (ĭn'də-lənt)
Disinclined to exert oneself; habitually lazy.
Causing little or no pain, as a tumor.
Slow to heal, grow, or develop, as an ulcer; inactive.