forslow definition

  • verb:
    • To wait; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To be dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • to-be slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • To hesitate; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To delay; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To wait; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To wait; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To hesitate; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • to-be dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • To be dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • becoming dilatory about; defer; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • becoming dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • is dilatory about; postponed; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • to-be sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • to-be sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • To be slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • become slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • To be sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • To delay; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To be dilatory about; defer; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • is slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • To postpone; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • becoming dilatory about; put off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • To be slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • To wait; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • is dilatory about; postponed; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • To hesitate; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • to-be dilatory about; put off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • is sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • To postpone; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To delay; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To delay; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To wait; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To be dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • become dilatory about; delay; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • to-be sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • become dilatory about; defer; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • become dilatory about; defer; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • becoming slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • to-be slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • becoming slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • become slow or dilatory; loiter.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To delay; to impede; to ignore; to put off.
    • To postpone; to impede; to ignore; to put down.
    • To hesitate; to hinder; to neglect; to place off.
    • To wait; to impede; to neglect; to put down.
    • To wait; to hinder; to ignore; to put off.
    • To delay; to impede; to ignore; to place down.
    • To hesitate; to impede; to ignore; to put off.
    • To postpone; to hinder; to neglect; to place down.
    • To delay; to hinder; to neglect; to place down.
    • To delay; to hinder; to neglect; to place off.
    • To postpone; to hinder; to ignore; to place off.
    • To wait; to impede; to neglect; to put down.
    • To wait; to hinder; to ignore; to put down.
    • To wait; to impede; to neglect; to place down.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
    • To loiter.
  • others:
    • To wait; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • is dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • To be slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • To wait; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To hesitate; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To hesitate; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To postpone; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • To hesitate; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • become dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • To be dilatory about; put off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • is dilatory about; defer; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • To be slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • become dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • become sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • becoming sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • is dilatory about; put off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • is sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • To hesitate; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To be dilatory about; put-off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • become slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • become sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • To wait; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To be dilatory about; put off; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • becoming sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • To delay; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • become dilatory about; defer; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • become slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • To delay; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To wait; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To wait; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • to-be dilatory about; delay; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • To delay; hinder; impede; obstruct.
    • To hesitate; impede; impede; obstruct.
    • is slow or dilatory; loiter.
    • To be dilatory about; defer; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • is dilatory about; delay; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • becoming dilatory about; postponed; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • to-be dilatory about; delay; postpone; neglect; omit.
    • to-be sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • become sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • is sluggish or dilatory; loiter.
    • to-be sluggish or dilatory; loiter.

Related Sources

  • Sentence for "forslow"
1364 votes

How would you define forslow?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!