1 The next day, however, she began to dawdle over her work, and the third day she was more idle still; then she began to lie in bed in the mornings and refused to get up.
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2 She knew now that Frank would be contented to dawdle along with his dirty little store for the rest of his life.
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3 All day long we seemed to dawdle through a country which was full of beauty of every kind.
4 Everybody dawdled that morning, and it was noon before the girls found energy enough even to take up their worsted work.
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5 The sight of Tom Slattery dawdling on his neighbors' porches, begging cotton seed for planting or a side of bacon to "tide him over," was a familiar one.
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6 In it was an old woman with a lip full of snuff and a weather-beaten face under a drab sunbonnet, driving a dawdling old mule.
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7 They naturally took comfort in each other's society and were much together, riding, walking, dancing, or dawdling, for at Nice no one can be very industrious during the gay season.
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8 You were completely dressed, but no, you have to keep on dawdling.
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