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foot-dragging definition

  • noun:
    • Failure to just take prompt or necessary action: "The inquiry must certanly be comprehensive and unbiased, while working fast enough to avoid any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to take prompt or necessary activity: "The query should be thorough and objective, while working quickly enough to prevent any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to take prompt or needed action: "The inquiry ought to be thorough and objective, while working fast enough to avoid any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • Failure to just take prompt or required activity: "The inquiry must be comprehensive and objective, while working quickly enough to prevent any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory activity.
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory activity.
    • Failure to take prompt or required action: "The inquiry should be thorough and objective, while working fast enough to avoid any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to take prompt or required action: "The inquiry should be thorough and objective, while working fast enough to avoid any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to simply take prompt or necessary activity: "The query should really be comprehensive and objective, while working fast enough to prevent any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • Failure to just take prompt or needed activity: "The query should always be comprehensive and unbiased, while working fast enough to prevent any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to take prompt or necessary activity: "The inquiry should be thorough and unbiased, while working fast adequate to prevent any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to take prompt or necessary action: "The query should always be thorough and unbiased, while working fast adequate to stay away from any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to just take prompt or necessary activity: "The query should really be thorough and unbiased, while working quickly enough to prevent any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • Failure to simply take prompt or needed activity: "The query should really be comprehensive and objective, while working fast adequate to stay away from any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory action.
    • Failure to take prompt or required action: "The inquiry should be thorough and objective, while working fast enough to avoid any suspicion of foot-dragging” ( Economist).
    • The deliberate delaying of obligatory activity.
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