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Definition of Delayable
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Literary usage of Delayable
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1. Fact and Fable in Psychology by Joseph Jastrow (1900)
"It is so easy to fall into the habit of delaying all delayable matters as long as possible that it must frequently happen that your own sense of duty is ..."
2. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"... he labours to clear bis intentions to her person.—lip. Hall, If'orka, ii. 25S. delayable, capable of delay, or of being delayed. ..."
3. A Handbook on Parliamentary Practice by Rufus Waples (1883)
"It should be remembered that the application of the previous question to any motion not debatable nor amendable nor delayable, would be futile; ..."