Dilatory

The word today is “Dilatory“. As in “I was befuddled yesterday, and today I am guilty of being dilatory in my posting of the Word of The Day.” Mea culpa! (meanings: tardy, late, behind the times, slow)

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17 thoughts on “Dilatory

    1. Yes Mason we do. Cyranny, bless her, took up the challenge when mine didn’t appear on time. I had forgotten about it yesterday in all the fuss about being forced to use that stupid editor. I scurried in this morning and posted mine (hastily), so I guess y’all get a two-fer today! Thanks!

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  1. Hey there Melanie 🙂 I took away the word I had posted this morning, thinking you maybe had forgotten to put yours… I’ll repost “Laughter” on Sunday, and I’ll include the links to the posts people had already linked in…. I’ll also publish a short note on the blog a little later (I am at work at the moment, and it is a little too busy to do it right now) Sorry for the misunderstanding… My bad 😉

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