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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo-nothingˈdo-ˌnothing adjective [only before noun] British English informal  LAZYlazy or unwilling to make any changes, especially in politics the do-nothing government of the last few years
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do-nothingThe voters are fed up with this do-nothing Congress.The days of do-nothing government are numbered.Harriman, however, rejected the do-nothing policy.A mixture of muddle-headedness and corruption offers an excuse for do-nothing politics in the west.