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  • Even so, he was able to postpone being called up for a while.
  • A decision was made to postpone the decision until at least the following year.
  • Drew refused to either postpone the election, or speed up the commission process.
  • However, it is not necessary for them to give up or postpone their mother language.
  • The production team agreed providing they could postpone the release to allow enough time for this.
  • This set back forced them to postpone the recording session with almost two months.
  • Bad weather however would postpone the game to later in the season.
  • He is looking to postpone marriage for as long as he can.
  • Later they decided to postpone release so that their scientists could look at it first.
  • Short on money, she decided to take the job even though it would mean having to postpone her degree.
  • If he could but postpone his majority another year! Cited from Roger Ingleton, Minor, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • No attempt was made to postpone the race or to call it "official."
  • The conference decision to postpone a decision on the issue to a later occasion.
  • Two days of heavy rain left the ball field with standing water and threatened to postpone the game.
  • Many would-be passengers chose to postpone their travel plans until the strike was over.
  • He had to postpone his travel plans, however, due to his father's old age and poor health.
  • She tells Sky they should postpone their wedding and travel the world as they have wanted.
  • Why should we postpone our joy to another world? Cited from Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII, by Robert Green Ingersoll
  • The player may postpone this for as long as they wish.
  • The decision was made to postpone his surgery until after the season.
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Words starting with postpone

Meaning of postpone

  • verb Hold back to a later time
    let's postpone the exam