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Idler or The Idler, or variant, may refer to:
- The Idler (1758–60), a series of essays by Samuel Johnson and his contemporaries
- The Idler (1892–1911), a literary and humorous magazine started by Jerome K. Jerome
- The Idler (1993), a bi-yearly British magazine exploring alternative ways of working and living, still published today
- The Idler, a Canadian literary magazine published from 1985 to 1993
- The Idler, name of the Progressive Review, an American alternative publication, from 1964 to 1969
- Idler-wheel, a system used to transmit the rotation of the main shaft of a motor to another rotating device
- Idler circuit, a circuit in a parametric amplifier to generate an idle response
- Slacker, a person who habitually avoids work
- Idlers, a Canadian reggae band
- The Idlers, a United States Coast Guard Academy ensemble
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