foreslow definition

  • verb:
    • become slow or tardy; to decelerate.
    • To slow, impede, delay, impede.
    • To be sluggish or tardy; to decrease.
    • is sluggish or tardy; to slow down.
    • To slow, hinder, wait, impede.
    • To slow, hinder, delay, impede.
    • to-be slow or tardy; to slow down.
    • To slow, hinder, delay, impede.
    • to-be slow or tardy; to decelerate.
    • To slow, impede, wait, impede.
    • is sluggish or tardy; to delay.
    • To slow, hinder, wait, impede.
    • is slow or tardy; to decrease.
    • To slow, hinder, delay, impede.
  • verb-transitive:
    • In order to make sluggish; to hinder; to obstruct. [Obs.] See forslow, v. t.
    • to create slow; to hinder; to impair. [Obs.] See forslow, v. t.
    • which will make sluggish; to impede; to impair. [Obs.] See forslow, v. t.
    • To make sluggish; to hinder; to obstruct. [Obs.] See forslow, v. t.
    • To make slow; to hinder; to impair. [Obs.] See forslow, v. t.
    • to help make sluggish; to impede; to impair. [Obs.] See forslow, v. t.
    • In order to make sluggish; to impede; to obstruct. [Obs.] See forslow, v. t.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To loiter. Just like forslow.
    • To loiter. Just like forslow.
    • To loiter. Identical to forslow.
    • To loiter. Same as forslow.
    • To loiter. Same as forslow.
    • To loiter. Just like forslow.
    • To loiter. Just like forslow.
  • others:
    • See forslow.
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