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use "indolence" in a sentence

He had previously done little against the rebels and was subsequently vilified for his indolence.

The younger brother decides to do so, but on his way to the fair he falls victim to a string of unfair exchanges, partly motivated by his naïvite and indolence.

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daughters into families at various corners of the empire.

Lincoln describes how religious services use myths and over-generalizations to indoctrinate NOI adherents.

Initially, the NSL worked to indoctrinate school children and the public.

A monk was hired to indoctrinate the boy to the beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church but Fosca proudly proclaims never caring for anything beyond this Earth and never fearing God or man.

Some are truly cults, which indoctrinate members and force them to embrace new beliefs and behaviors, while others are simply people joined together by a common interest.

They may also use propaganda to indoctrinate or actively influence citizens' opinions.

NASA's intention is to indoctrinate citizens to support all things space.

Christian fanatics indoctrinate their children at home.

Civic Party lawmaker Kenneth Chan Ka-lok on Sunday had accused the group of trying to "indoctrinate" young people in patriotism.

ISIS has encouraged foreign fighters to bring their families and has taken over schools to indoctrinate children.

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