lounge


lounge
v
1. idle, pass time idly, trifle, potter, fiddle, piddle, Inf. fiddle-faddle; dally, dilly-dally, Inf. lallygag; daydream, shilly-shally, procrastinate.
2. loll, Brit. Dial. lollop, rest, lie on; lie around, recline on, lean on, repose on; sprawl, slump, flop, slouch; languish, vegetate, doze; loaf, loiter, take it easy, relax, not worry. 68
33. saunter, stroll, perambulate; amble, ramble, mosey; traipse, wander, Sl. mooch, meander, inch; shuffle, shamble.
4. dawdle, waste time, Inf. diddle, take one's time or one's own sweet time, kill time, fritter time away.
n
5. sofa, couch, divan, ottoman, U.S. davenport; love seat, settee, causeuse; studio couch, sleep sofa, day bed, Trademark.Castro convertible; chaise longue, glider, hammock.
6. lobby, waiting room, reception room, terminal; vestibule, antechamber, anteroom; entrance hall, foyer.
7. cocktail lounge, bar, barroom, taproom; bistro, cabaret, nightclub, disco.
8. bathroom, restroom, washroom, lavatory. Euph. facilities; ladies' room, powder room, men's room; toilet, Sl.John, Sl. can, Sl. head.

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