loitering

loitering

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riles(-: By RileyPoll Updated Oct 17

loi·ter
ˈloidər/
verb
gerund or present participle: loitering
stand or wait around idly or without apparent purpose.
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Example;

"To her, It seemed as if she didn't have a purpose to be there, like she was loitering around a life she wanted, but didn't accept."

i would tell you a chemistry joke, but im afraid i wouldn't get a reaction.