dawdle

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linger

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to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

to pass (time) without working or in avoiding work

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take one's time

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waste time

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hang (back) or fall (behind) in movement, progress, development, etc

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Tables sell out weeks in advance, forcing dawdlers to settle for 11:30 am or 2:00 pm seatings.
Perpetual dawdlers are often unaware that their actions can topple an entire business.
SPEEDY shoppers will find it easier to get past dawdlers after Britain's first pedestrian fast lane has been launched.
Dawdlers, on the other hand, are generally harmless.
Dawdlers cause gaps, and then spectators go home thinking the show is over, when the rest is yet to come.
IT IS kind of thing that gets up every driver's nose - dawdlers in the fast lane and people refusing to let you in.
IT IS THE kind of thing that gets up every driver's nose - dawdlers in the fast lane and people refusing to let you in.
But the arithmetic can no longer be seen as a convenient excuse for the the dawdlers.
Any plan with any integrity would have to go through serious environmental and economic analysis - not the sort of thing that's likely to be achieved in the next two weeks, least of all by this collection of dawdlers and layabouts.
After addressing the problems of dawdlers by removing sofas from its outlets, Coffee Republic has hailed the popularity of its new deli outlets to post narrower first-half losses.
It is ideal for dawdlers, historians and those who like to punctuate exercise with food and drink; stopping off is almost better than getting on.
Tramp the throttle at the legal limit and the auto-five speed box drops two gears and the Aston delivers another fabulous slug of addictive accelaration, arrowing past middle-lane dawdlers who are treated to the bellow of the king of the roar.
Dawdlers are made to look sharp and anyone parking where they shouldn't be had better look out when Joyce is about.