Inexertion In`ex*er"tion, n. Lack of exertion; lack of effort; defect of action; indolence; laziness. [1913 Webster]

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  • inexertion — index neglect, sloth Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • inexertion — [in΄eg zʉr′shən, in΄igzʉr′shən] n. lack of exertion; failure to exert oneself …   English World dictionary

  • inexertion — /in ig zerr sheuhn/, n. lack of exertion; inaction. [1785 95; IN 3 + EXERTION] * * * …   Universalium

  • inexertion — n. inaction, lack of action, absence of effort or exertion …   English contemporary dictionary

  • inexertion — in·exertion …   English syllables

  • inexertion — /ɪnəgˈzɜʃən/ (say inuhg zershuhn), /ɪnɛg / (say ineg ) noun lack of exertion …   Australian English dictionary

  • inexertion — |in+ noun Etymology: in (I) + exertion : lack of exertion or effort : indolence, laziness …   Useful english dictionary

  • neglect — ne·glect n: a disregard of duty resulting from carelessness, indifference, or willfulness; esp: a failure to provide a child under one s care with proper food, clothing, shelter, supervision, medical care, or emotional stability compare abuse 2,… …   Law dictionary

  • sloth — I noun acedia, apathy, desidia, disinclination to action, disinclination to labor, dullness, faineance, idleness, ignavia, inaction, inactivity, indifference, indolence, inertia, inertness, inexertion, languidness, laxness, laziness, leadenness,… …   Law dictionary

  • indolence — Synonyms and related words: a wise passiveness, abeyance, apathy, catalepsy, catatonia, cautiousness, circumspection, contemplation, contemplative life, creeping, deadliness, deathliness, deliberateness, deliberation, dilatoriness, do nothing… …   Moby Thesaurus

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