dillydally : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v postpone doing what one should be doing
- But the newest version of candidate McCain does not dillydally, soft-pedal or claim to live outside politics-as-usual.
- Yes she did, and in no mood to dillydally about it, either.
- Mincing no words he told the latter they had had eight weeks to settle their code differences; he was tired of further dillydally; he would give them just 24 hours to get .
- Russell Baze in Sacramento Bee
There's no need to dillydally around,Baze said of the all-time wins record, horse racing's greatest achievement. "I want to get this done."
- Nita Lowey in New York Times
We can't dillydally,Ms. Lowey said last Monday at a news conference at the Mamaroneck plant. "This has to do with jobs. This has to do with the environment. And this has to do with getting the economy moving."