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I didn’t explain how the first one worked as to prevent it from being to easy; the way these riddles work is that I supply as many synonyms to a word as possible (within reason) to narrow down your search for a single word.

I feel lazy tonight, laidback but alright, eating some dinner fed on a dime.

So while I’m relaxed, I watch people act, unhurried while they solve a crime.

My day was quite slow, quite idle you know, with sluggish workers in line.

It seemed apathetic, indolent like traffic, as the clock shows lethargic time.

As the night goes by, I wonder why, I feel sluggish and listless but fine.

What is the word?

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Is this

SLOTH?

The synonyms are:

I feel lazy tonight, laidback but alright, eating some dinner fed on a dime.

Lazy and laidback are sloth.

So while I’m relaxed, I watch people act, unhurried while they solve a crime.

Relaxed and unhurried.

My day was quite slow, quite idle you know, with sluggish workers in line.

Quite slow, idle, sluggish

It seemed apathetic, indolent like traffic, as the clock shows lethargic time.

Apathetic, indolent, lethargic

As the night goes by, I wonder why, I feel sluggish and listless but fine.

Sluggish, listless

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