Look, maybe we'd better slack off for a while, Ethel— what do you think?
Look, maybe we'd better slack off for a while, Ethelâ€” what do you think?
Waiting in the bottom chamber for the flood tide to slack off.
The lack of accountability in this company has made room for people to slack off.
Just because your infant hasn't learned how to smile doesn't mean you should slack off on the picture taking.
If the co-parent starts to slack off on the rules you agreed upon, bring it up as soon as you find out.
He tended to slack off and sleep while the others would go out in search of food and water.
Remember that disciplined use will yield the best results; in other words, try not to slack off on a religious skin care routine!
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