|saamaton englanniksi||indolent fi, backward fi, supine fi, torpid fi, ineffectual fi|
: The indolent girl resisted doing her homework.
: They left without a backward glance.
: The occasional backward movement of planets is evidence they revolve around the sun.
*: Then her eyes, always alert for the affairs of her kitchen, fell on some action of the Chinese cook which aroused her violent disapproval. She turned on him with a torrent of abuse. The Chink was not backward to defend himself, and a very lively quarrel ensued.
*: For wiser brutes were backward to be slaves.
: a backward child
: a backward season
*: "... Ive a job of work to finish tonight; mourning, as must be in time for the funeral to-morrow; and grandfather has been out moss- hunting, and will not be home till late."
"Oh, how charming it will be! Ill help you if youre backward. Have you much to do?"
*: and flies unconscious oer each backward year
: to walk or ride backward; to throw the arms backward
*: some reigns backward
: rfquotek|Sir J. Davies
*: The work went backward.
*: In the dark backward and abysm of time.
*: If the vine / On rising ground be placed, or hills supine.
*: He became pusillanimous and supine, and openly exposed to any temptation.
*: Nothing, therefore, can be more contrary than such a philosophy to the supine indolence of the mind.rfex
: After several ineffectual and abortive leaps, we were forced to lift him over the obstacle.
: Our group leader proved highly ineffectual, caving to every whim put forth by the other members.