Smith was also somewhat work-shy , a factor absent in most successful revolutionaries.
Tougher financial sanctions would make work-shy whingers show a bit more responsibility.
‘Many people tend to think of them as alcoholics, as work-shy individuals,’ Bogans said.
I am not work-shy and donate some of my time to charity on a voluntary basis.
Factory workers are depicted as work-shy and devious, company directors as unscrupulous.
Sykes was uppity, cunning and work-shy , while Hattie - magnificent in stature - was timid and trusting by nature, and easily suckered into her brother's misbegotten schemes.
As a result, British films and TV programmes are littered with images of the archetypal work-shy idler.
He quickly dismisses any notion that he's turned into a work-shy recluse.
Nor do things look much better for work-shy Scots of the future.
With two films to his name, a third in the can and a fourth in pre-production, the prolific 28-year-old has already surpassed the work-shy Malick's 30-year tally.