dawdler

[ UK /dˈɔːdlɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who takes more time than necessary; someone who lags behind
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How To Use dawdler In A Sentence

  • This means that the car threads through traffic with ease and overtakes dawdlers in a flash.
  • Last year reports that the United States was slipping from Internet pioneer to digital dawdler as its global broadband penetration ranking had fallen from 4th to 15th in six years elicited a collectiv ... Bennet Kelley: Obama, Net Policy and the Kindness of Strangers
  • They are the platform of the procrastinator, the dias of the dawdler, the lectern of the lackadaisical. Archive 2009-03-01
  • On one key issue after another, from the Middle East to North Korea to the Department of Homeland Security, Bush has proven himself to be a dawdler, a foot-dragger who can\'t make fundamental choices or press his team to follow his commands. OpEdNews - Quicklink: He's No Decider, He's a Ditherer
  • Last year reports that the United States was slipping from Internet pioneer to digital dawdler as its global broadband penetration ranking had fallen from 4th to 15th in six years elicited a collectiv ... digg Bennet Kelley: Obama, Net Policy and the Kindness of Strangers
  • After a 2 minute shuffle of dawdlers assembling themselves, Ms. Fellcart flicked on the over-head projector and began jotting down the groups.
  • On one key issue after another, from the Middle East to North Korea to the Department of Homeland Security, Bush has proven himself to be a dawdler, a foot-dragger who can't make fundamental choices or press his team to follow his commands. OpEdNews - Quicklink: He's No Decider, He's a Ditherer
  • Dalliers, dawdlers and daydreamers learn to camouflage their lack of achievement in torrents of words.
  • Last year reports that the United States was slipping from Internet pioneer to digital dawdler as its global broadband penetration ranking had fallen from 4th to 15th in six years elicited a collective yawn. Bennet Kelley: Obama, Net Policy and the Kindness of Strangers
  • This means that the car threads through traffic with ease and overtakes dawdlers in a flash.
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