delayer delayer


  • (n) a person who delays; to put off until later or cause to be late


  • Flanders mud is a potent delayer during the sloppy months of the West European winter.


  • Health Matters: HPV vaccine slow to gain traction

    Mom Erin Van Grinsven is first to admit she takes her time with her children's vaccinations. "I'm definitely a vaccine delayer. I don't believe they should be given super early. By the time they go to
    on August 26, 2013     Source: NBC 2 Fort Myers


  1. "This is a very important statement of transition on a global level," Kerry said. "It's not only a tribute to Al's work, but a wake-up call to the administration and the US, who has been the global delayer on this."
    on Oct 12, 2007 By: John Kerry Source: Austin American-Statesman (subscription)

  2. "We need to delayer state government. We need to make it work better and we need to give the people of Washington the service they need, when they need it," Gregoire said at a news conference.
    on Feb 9, 2009 By: Chris Gregoire Source: Northwest Cable News

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subordinate subordinate
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