dawdling[ dawd-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF dawdling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAWDLING
The man who has a habit of dawdling or listlessness will show it in everything he does.
The six were dawdling away our time one fine Sunday in Lynhurst Park.
They had been dawdling over the dishes, and their eyes had frequently met.
Either you must conquer your habit of dawdling,” he said, “or it will conquer you.
How soon I again fell a victim to dawdling the sequel will show.
We have been dawdling about in this wretched country long enough.
This is the method of Vacuity or Dawdling formerly mentioned.
After this dawdling in the morning, they made up their minds to work in the afternoon.
We are in half a mind to leave this dawdling Haj, and go on with him to-morrow.
There was luncheon; some dawdling and scolding about the weather.