To move slowly, often swaying somewhat from side to side, with no sense of urgency or purpose whatsoever.

Needs to be added as an adjective to a verb of motion, such as walk, amble, going etc.

However a person can also be described as ling-di-long. (See examples below)
Look at Roger walking ling-di-long to school! If he doesn't hurry up, he will be late, the idle toad!

Will you get a move on before you miss the bus, Miss Ling-di-long?
by w00fdawg September 19, 2005

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