Why dilly-dally with teenage angst when you can bring on the Giant Robots, that was my motto.
There will be some real shooting here if you dilly-dally any longer.
Spain continued to dilly-dally and evade the question of her responsibility.
He sed it was jest this dilly-dally policy that had ruined us.
He says it was one o' them plans as dilly-dally is death on.
Daidle, to dilly-dally, to do a thing in a slow, sluggish manner.
It also means, to trifle, to dilly-dally, to go round about a subject.
To idle; dither in an aimless or pointless fashion: Folks who dilly-dally with dessert (1741+)