The dilatoriness of the London publishers has just been mentioned.
He had, however, the one fault common to all his tribe, that of dilatoriness.
This reflection upon the dilatoriness of government gave great offence.
Owing to the dilatoriness of the signori they had been later in starting than was prudent.
Perhaps the dilatoriness of the "artist" who mounted my first specimens had a stimulating effect.
There appears a dilatoriness, an indecision, in their proceedings.
One of the causes of this dilatoriness was that neither side really desired peace.
Probably before a match starts twenty players have to wait for the dilatoriness of the other two.
Barthold Entes, a man of desperate character, was impatient at the dilatoriness of the proceedings.
We have at times dissented from the measures, and lamented the dilatoriness of Congress.