It is not lolling with a pipe in his mouth that the British constable guards an important prisoner.
But what latent speed and power lay hidden in that mass of lolling tuna.
The little donkey-boy, lolling down the road, started to follow him, crying out for alms in the name of Allah.
“This was yesterday,” added Marlow, lolling in the arm-chair lazily.
When you read this, will Clown still be going on lolling his tongue out of his mouth, and saying, “How are you to-morrow?”
Cecily was shabby from necessity and somewhat touzled from lolling in the hammock.
On one is carved a man's head with swollen face, another with a lolling tongue, and similar grotesques.
He sat up on his haunches listening with interest and lolling his tongue!
They were lolling idly and merely waiting for the hour to strike to go in and prepare for tea.
The Wildcat's jaw sagged open as far as the roots of his lolling tongue.
mid-14c., lollen "to lounge idly, hang loosely," perhaps related to Middle Dutch lollen "to doze, mumble," or somehow imitative of rocking or swinging. Specifically of the tongue from 1610s. Related: Lolled; lolling. As a noun, from 1709.