dallier


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dal·ly

 (dăl′ē)
v. dal·lied, dal·ly·ing, dal·lies
v.intr.
1. To play amorously; flirt: My friend dallied with my cousin during the picnic.
2. To consider or occupy oneself with something in a careless or unserious fashion; toy. See Synonyms at flirt.
3. To dawdle, delay, or linger: Don't dally or we'll miss the train.
v.tr.
To spend (time) idly: dally away the afternoon.

[Middle English dalien, from Old French dalier.]

dal′li·er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dallier - someone who wastes timedallier - someone who wastes time    
do-nothing, idler, layabout, loafer, bum - person who does no work; "a lazy bum"
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Budojy 4 0 12, Lucas 0, Marazzi 2 0 5, Dallier 1 4 6, White 5 0 14, Pinkney 2 0 4, Santiago 4 2 13, O'Brian 5 0 10, Pellegrini 1 0 2.
in dance offered with performance and non-performance concentrations such as dallier therapy, and choreography, Opportun-ities are available to perform and choreograph throughout the year.
After a lengthy stoppage for an injury to South African skipper Watson, Wales, with prop John Yapp making a couple of hefty dents, took play to the South African 22 but the green and gold defence was solid and a turnover saw Paul Delport scamper to 10 metres from the Welsh line and when full-back Hennie Dallier was stopped inches short of the line, a flip pass put centre Earl Rose in at the corner.