ADJECTIVE: Inflected forms: blu·zi·er, blu·zi·est
1. Resistant to work or exertion even while needing to complete it under (usually) deadline pressure; disposed to procrastination. 2. Quick-moving yet without evident progress or accomplishment of goals: The blizy writer's features never came in under deadline. 3. Conducive to inadvisable indolence: a blizy winter afternoon on the Internet.
ETYMOLOGY: Of Bluzy Poet origin. A blending of busy of Middle English bisi, busi, from Old English bysig, with lazy of Low German origin.