dally

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Synonyms for dally

waste time

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dally with someone

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Synonyms for dally

to make amorous advances without serious intentions

to treat lightly or flippantly

to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

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behave carelessly or indifferently

waste time

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talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions

consider not very seriously

References in classic literature ?
Through the deep translucent blue beneath me a slim shape glided; three smaller fish led the way; they dallied an instant a fathom under my feet, which were snatched up, with what haste you may imagine; then on they went to surer prey.
Her bid for the heart of him and the soul of him was finer and more generous than the bid of the Game; yet he dallied with both--held her in his arms, but turned his head to listen to that other and siren call she could not understand.
I encourage the Chief Justice to attend so that she can explain why she dilly dallied and decided not to bring it to the attention of en banc,' Tijam said during the resumption of House impeachment hearings against Sereno on Monday.
1 : to act playfully <Boys and girls dallied at the dance.
He dallied down the street and the seedy side streets that led to his