Defers [verb]

Definition of Defers:

hold off, put off

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Sentence/Example of Defers:

The only way such changes would occur is if Congress passes a law to forgive the collection of payroll taxes deferred under the order—a move supported by both the President and the signatories of Tuesday’s letter.

An HHS spokesperson in response to a Washington Blade inquiry on enforcement deferred the Justice Department, which didn’t respond to a request to comment.

If the number of deferred applicants who queue up to join college in 2021 is significantly larger than usual, that cuts into the number of seats available for new high school graduates.

That dreamy Mediterranean breeze will have to remain a dream deferred.

When sports initially went off air in March, most advertisers deferred the money they had planned to spend on TV sporting events until major sports returned.

When thou vowest a vow unto God, defer not to pay it; for he hath no pleasure in fools: pay that which thou hast vowed.

Lady Engleton received the impression that Mrs. Temperley was too sure of her own judgment to defer even to the wisest.

The war, which then existed between the Persians and the Turks, could not make him defer the execution of his pious enterprise.

The answer to my invitation was that much as she would love to see me we should have to defer our meeting to some other time.

But as my marriage will lead me into far different scenes, I shall, if you please, defer them till some other evening.