Delaying [adjective]

Definition of Delaying:

putting off

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Sentence/Example of Delaying:

This current system has built-in redundancy in case any of the companies experiences delays in their distribution.

There were long delays and a series of what they regarded as inexplicable decisions in the case.

This delay allowed the researchers to look for improvements in symptoms that were not related to the drug.

The unusual autumn major championship had barely gotten underway at Augusta National Golf Club before it was halted, and the delay will prevent the first round from finishing on Thursday.

“Most of the delays that happen today are due to the fact that there is no single source of truth,” says Timsit.

After a long delay for medical staff to treat both players, Rivas could not continue.

The delays, although acclaimed by some as wise, drew ire from parents frustrated with the limitations of online learning.

For these Arizonans and their loved ones, delays and denials are all too common.

The postponement marked yet another virus-related delay for the Cavaliers, who had season openers against Georgia and Virginia Military Institute canceled and another against Virginia Tech pushed back.

It was by Republican design, particularly in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, that election managers weren’t allowed to start tallying mail votes until Election Day … ensuring there would be delays.