a procrastinator; delayer.
- cunc·ta·tor·ship, noun
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How to use cunctator in a sentence
Fabius cunctator, or the Delayer, so called from the policy of delay which he opposed to the vigorous movements of Hannibal.Witch, Warlock, and Magician | William Henry Davenport Adams
He fought again at Cannae, and was, with the son of old Fabius cunctator, among the very few young officers who escaped alive.Ancient Rome | Mary Agnes Hamilton
Hence he received that new name, so salutary to the commonwealth, of cunctator, or Delayer.
But no one was ever more undecided than the famous cunctator.The Companions of Jehu | Alexandre Dumas, pre
He was justly compared to Fabius Maximus, distinguished by the epithet of cunctator.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.II. | Tobias Smollett