Stalls [verb]

Definition of Stalls:

delay for own purposes

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Sentence/Example of Stalls:

It was Philip Crane, standing just outside of the stall, who thus addressed him.

In rushing from Lauzanne's stall Allis had left the door swinging on its hinges.

And pushing, crowding, hugging the side of the stall, Mortimer fought his way to the girl.

Somehow he felt that he must drive the horses back, back, out of the stall.

I had a peep at him in the stall, an' he's lookin' purty fit.

A boy in my stable happened to be in the stall an' heard 'em.

At last there was the summons to saddle, and Lauzanne was brought into the stall by Dixon.

Over at The Dutchman's stall there was a very confident party.

Carelessly he stepped to the back of the stall, touching Westley as he passed.

He may think he can sneak around because you're a woman and stall you.