postponement

[ pohst-pohn, pohs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF postponement

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR POSTPONEMENT

We should have more revenue, and that without delay, hindrance, or postponement.

Now there was no longer a reason for postponement of a contract.

Personally he saw no necessity for postponement of the marriage.

For this reason he requested, through a friend, the postponement of the debate.

Mrs. Lincoln was guided by these counsels, and no postponement was announced.

Lincoln's postponement of the issue of the proclamation was wise.

These men had probably met to consider the cause of this postponement.

I don't know that we are much the better for this postponement.

Owing to the postponement of meetings and the press of duty he had not been able to do it sooner.

There is a mood of mind in which one likes any postponement.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR POSTPONEMENT

rain check

nounguarantee of rescheduled event or offer
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