Word of the Day

Posted: October 12, 2014 in Uncategorized
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[in-dl-uh nt]

having or showing a disposition to avoid exertion; slothful:

an indolent person.

Pathology. causing little or no pain; inactive or relatively benign:

an indolent ulcer that is not painful and is slow to heal.
1655-65; < Latin indolent- (stem of indolēns), equivalent to in- in-3+dolent- (stem of dolēns) present participle of dolēre to be pain-ful, be inpain; see dole2, -ent
Taken from Dictionary.com

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