- 1Sit, lie, or stand in a lazy, relaxed way: the two girls lolled in their chairsMore example sentences
- Rick opened the door to find a teenage girl lolling about the overstuffed chair in the room.
- Once inside the joint, you see girls with black-rimmed glasses lolling around the sofas, riffling Penguin classics provocatively.
- We climbed the steep lane back to the Inn, pausing here along the way, and had a lovely lazy afternoon lolling on a hammock on the porch.
- 1.1Hang loosely; droop: he slumped against a tree trunk, his head lolling back her tongue was lolling out between her teethMore example sentences
- He looked up at her, tongue lolling out, ice cream covering his muzzle, sweat dripping from his fur in several places.
- A man with the face of a dog smiled at her from the painting, his tongue lolling out happily over his business suit.
- The only thing in front of her was this dog, who was grinning at her with his tongue lolling out.
- 1.2 [with object] Stick out (one’s tongue) so that it hangs loosely out of the mouth: the boy lolled out his tongueMore example sentences
- If this fails to intimidate the attacker the snake turns belly up, opens its mouth and lolls its tongue out, playing dead.
- I let my head roll to the side and lolled my tongue out the corner of my mouth.
- The dog proceeded to stand on his hind legs, waving his front paws at the man and lolling his tongue out in an expression of doggy glee.
late Middle English: probably symbolic of dangling.