Dilatory in a sentence

Use Dilatory in a sentence

Dilatory meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [adjective] slow; falling behind with one’s work ;

The Prime Minister’s unreasonable demands has had a dilatory effect on the peace process in the region.

The Canadian health care services are wonderful but dilatory at times.

The dilatory person never becomes punctual.

Yet, Plaintiff’s Counsel continues to engage in dilatory tactics and dilettante arguments.

Administration officials and legislators give various explanations, none terribly persuasive, for the dilatory pace.

Because of his dilatory progress, Rossini was almost imprisoned in his room until he finished the music.

One purpose of this book is to explain the behavior of families like his own, apparently so imperceptively dilatory.