shirker

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One who is lazy
One who shirks a duty or responsibility
One who shirks
a person who shirks their work or duty (especially one who tries to evade military service in wartime)
{i} one who evades his duties, one who avoids fulfilling responsibilities
a shirker
scrimshanker
shirk
To avoid, especially a duty, responsibility, etc.; to stay away from
shirk
avoid dealing with; "She shirks her duties
shirk
According to Islam, this is the worst sin, i e , associating other beings with God
shirk
{f} evade one's duty, avoid fulfilling a responsibility
shirk
To avoid; to escape; to neglect; implying unfaithfulness or fraud; as, to shirk duty
shirk
one who shirks
shirk
To procure by petty fraud and trickery; to obtain by mean solicitation
shirk
One who lives by shifts and tricks; one who avoids the performance of duty or labor
shirk
the unforgivable sin of idolatry
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Polytheism (n ) {for ~ is indeed the highest wrong-doing (Qur'an 31: 13)}
shirk
avoid (one's assigned duties); "The derelict soldier shirked his duties"
shirk
to avoid or neglect (as in work or duty)
shirk
To live by shifts and fraud; to shark
shirk
avoid dealing with; "She shirks her duties"
shirk
To evade an obligation; to avoid the performance of duty, as by running away
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If someone does not shirk their responsibility or duty, they do what they have a responsibility to do. We in the Congress can't shirk our responsibility The Government will not shirk from considering the need for further action. to deliberately avoid doing something you should do, because you are lazy (Perhaps from schurke ). v. In Islam, idolatry and polytheism, both of which are regarded as heretical. The Qurn stresses that God does not share his powers with any partner (sharik) and warns that those who believe in idols will be harshly dealt with on the Day of Judgment. The concept of shirk has broadened considerably throughout the dogmatic development of Islam, and it has come to be used as the opposite of tawd (the oneness of God). Different grades of shirk have been distinguished by Islamic law; they include the belief in superstition, belief in the power of created things (e.g., reverencing saints), and belief in those who profess to know the future all of which pale beside polytheism in seriousness
shirkers
plural of shirker
shirker
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