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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
noun: One who delays, waiting for a favorable time, or to avoid making a decision.
From French temporiser (to bide one’s time), from Latin temporizare (to pass the time), from tempus (time). Earliest documented use: 1555.
“He isn’t the overly cautious temporizer that his critics claim, but someone willing to take risks in the name of a good cause.”
Tory Must Seize the Moment; Toronto Star (Canada); Oct 23, 2018.
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