"The world is full of dawdlers and half-doers," said Miss Farlow, wisely.
Halsey is nervously tapping his desk with the butt of his pencil and glancing at the dawdlers with ominous eyes.
We have done away with all the dawdlers in art, all the incompetent painters and novelists and poets.
How provokingly slowly the dawdlers of Vienna moved in comparison may be read in the chronicles of that time.
A few midnight dawdlers paused to watch the shadowy procession stumbling over the cobbles.
Meals could not be kept waiting for dawdlers, was the brutal explanation of the authorities.