postpone[ pohst-pohn, pohs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF postpone
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POSTPONE
Should she postpone it or should she let the boy take all of his hurts together?
And if I do obtain it, will postpone my appointment with Mr. Lovelace.
It is the fashion nowadays to postpone budgets as long as we can,—eh?
Well, we will have to postpone our lesson in literature until afterwards.
I have reasons that I cannot now explain, for all I do, and all I postpone.
If they must occur, at least postpone them as long as possible.
We did not, therefore, think for a moment that you might postpone your visit.
If he didn't recover quickly, they would have to postpone their journey.
I have an engagement in the country, which I cannot postpone.
She has need of our active help, and whatever are the risks we must postpone our start.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR POSTPONE
- break up
- count out
- cut short
- hang fire
- hang up
- hold up
- lay aside
- lay off
- lay on the table
- lay over
- put a stop to
- put an end to
- put off
- put on back burner
- put on hold
- put on ice
- put on the shelf
- rule out
- stave off