Definition of Idlehood

1. Noun. The state or condition of being idle; a habit of idling; idleness. ¹



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Definition of Idlehood

1. the state of being idle [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Idlehood

iditol dehydrogenase
iditols
idiyappam
idjut
idjuts
idle
idle hands are the devil's playthings
idle hands are the devil's tools
idle hands are the devil's workshop
idle pulley
idle talk
idle wheel
idle words
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idlehead
idlehood (current term)
idlehoods
idleness
idlenesses
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idler pulley
idlers
idles
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idlesses
idlest
idleth
idli
idlike
idling

Literary usage of Idlehood

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1. The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His Last by Walter Scott (1833)
"The White Lady replied: Thine idlehood my trust abused; " Thy craven fear my truth accused. He that draws to harbour late. There is a star for Ihee which ..."

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