Definition of lazybones in English:

lazybones

noun

informal
  • A lazy person (often as a form of address)

    ‘‘Come for a healthy walk then, lazybones.’’
    • ‘‘Get up, lazybones.’’
    • ‘Harold had been getting up at 5:30 every day for years; retirement wouldn't be enough to make a lazybones of him.’
    • ‘He's been called, variously, a showboat, a stud, a lazybones, a workhorse, a whiner, a powerhouse, an overachiever, an underachiever, you name it.’
    • ‘Though small, they can do wonders because frantically attacking these pests will keep the lazybones on their toes.’
    • ‘With Santa ready to venture down many a chimney, this is an ideal gift for lazybones who aren't keen on the concept of venturing out of bed, for this makes the gruesome task just that little bit easier.’
    idler, loafer, layabout, lounger, good-for-nothing, do-nothing, shirker, sluggard, slug, laggard, slugabed
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Pronunciation

lazybones

/ˈleɪzɪbəʊnz/