- becoming sluggish in making, especially out-of reluctance; tarry. See Synonyms at stay1.
- to keep feebly live for quite a while before dying.
- To continue: an aftertaste that lingers.
- To continue slowly; saunter.
- becoming tardy in acting; procrastinate.
- To hesitate; to loiter; to stay or wait long; becoming sluggish or hesitant in parting or going; become sluggish in deciding; to stay in anticipation; to hesitate.
- To pass (a period of time) in a leisurely or aimless fashion.
- To protract; to attract aside.
- to invest or pass in a lingering manner; -- without.
- To stay or stay static in somewhere or circumstance, specifically like reluctant to depart or otherwise not effortlessly able to do so.
- To remain alive or existent although however proceeding toward demise or extinction; to die gradually.
- To consider or consider for some time; to take part in analytical reasoning or discussion.
- move to and fro
- remain current although waning or gradually dying
- be about
- just take an individual's time; continue slowly
- leave slowly and hesitantly
- To make long; prolong; protract; wait; put-off; defer.
- to expend in an inactive or tedious way; drag: without having, and quite often away.
- to stay in a location or circumstances for an unusual, undue, or unforeseen amount of time; defer activity, motion, decision, etc., either from interest or requisite; hold-back; tarry; wait; loiter.
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- becoming sluggish in making, especially out-of reluctance; tarry.…
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