What part of speech is “lazy”

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an adjective is a word used to describe a noun or pronoun. 'Lazy' is an adjective that means disinclined to activity or exertion. People or things referred to as lazy may express apathy, idleness, dullness, or sluggishness.

when using 'lazy' as an adjective, the meaning of the word is usually negative, and can imply a lack of energy, enthusiasm, or diligence. It can be used to describe someone in a negative way, but can also be used in a casual or joking manner.

1. The lazy cat napped on the windowsill all afternoon.

2. Despite being naturally organized and attentive, she adopted a lazy attitude towards classwork.

3. His lazy work ethic cost him his job.

when referring to someone, use 'lazy' with caution, as it can come off as harsh or offensive. If referring to an animal, 'lazy' can carry a more endearing connotation.

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