loiter

loiter

/ˈlɔɪtə/
verb
1 no object, with adverbial of place Stand or wait around without apparent purpose.
1.1 with adverbial of direction Walk slowly and with no apparent purpose; dawdle.

Origin
Late Middle English: perhaps from Middle Dutch loteren ‘wag about’.

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“Standing on the corner, watching all the girls go by”, by Frank Loesser, music to loiter by.

Dean Martin sings

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