dillydally, skulk, ambuscade, arse about, lie in wait, bum, goof, tarry, footle, waylay, scupper, bum about, mess about, arse around, fast, traipse, goldbrick, trail, laze along, diddle, loaf, hang back, hang out, shamble, fritter away time, pass time in idleness, dilly-dally, mill about, lag, mill, hover, stroll, bum around, saunter, lollygag, shuffle, frig around, idle, ramble, pause, industrious, lounge around, wait, ambush, lallygag, loll, hang around, lounge, waste one's time, dally, shilly-shally, procrastinate, lurk, putter, laze, loll around, slacken, lounge about, shirk, mill around, waste time, amble, flag, bushwhack, linger idly
slow (part of speech: verb)
- I could see no signs of Kicq as I got out, and not caring to loiter about too much on the platform I went through the barrier and waited about in the main hall, through which he would have to pass to leave the station. - "The Escaping Club", A. J. Evans.
- Her house is after the model of the town houses, with long sloping roof and projecting eaves, affording a cool shade, under which the pagazis love to loiter. - "How I Found Livingstone", Sir Henry M. Stanley.
- If you say to yourself, when it is time you should begin, " I will not loiter, but immediately set about my work or study," you will find in the very act and determination a help and strength, and pleasure even, which you can never imagine before you have experienced it. - "Letters to a Daughter and A Little Sermon to School Girls", Helen Ekin Starrett.