1. a person who delays; to put off until later or cause to be late
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How To Use delayer In A Sentence

  • Mischel found that while the low delayer stared at the marshmallow until he could resist it no longer, high delayers distracted themselves, often playing with toys or singing while waiting for the researcher to return. Testing for Kindergarten
  • The delayering thrust in organizations is said to occur due to technological change, increased global competition, and retrenchment during recessions.
  • The Society took its name from the Roman dictator Fabius, nicknamed ‘Cunctator’, or delayer.
  • Although managerial hierarchies have been delayered organisational structures have not been fundamentally altered.
  • May 01, 2009 at 11: 58 PM try startup delayer to set some of the non-essential programs to start up later. How To Stop Windows From Shutting Down | Lifehacker Australia
  • Miss the 31 January filing deadline - £100 penalty, plus a further £100 if you haven't filed by 31 July (and potentially £60 a day for serious delayers)
  • This was by necessity a long term strategy and gave rise to the term, Fabian tactic as well as earning Maximus the name Cunctator - the delayer.
  • Although lesser dictionaries give it the abbreviated meaning of ‘delayer or procrastinator,’ the Oxford English Dictionary will inform that it was once more commonly used to mean ‘one who delays past the appropriate time for departure.’ Word Fugitives
  • He could have demonstrated that a bloated top management group was delayering and sharing the pain. Globe Writers Guild Punch Pinch - Charlie Warner - MediaBizBlogger
  • Such organizations may be delayered internally, but they are not depowered either internally or externally.
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