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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to postponement:   (154 results)

Often used in the same context:
delay, cancellation, adjournment, rainout, resumption, continuance, deferment, closure, schedule, dismissal, annulment, boycott, prepone, halt, disbandment, disqualification, withdrawl, lateness, washout, dissolution, closedown, reconvening, unavailability, nonappearance, outcome, disruption, deferral, downpour, stalling, resignation, reprieve, preparations, rain, suspension, realignment, indisposition, withdrawal, reinstatement, recommencement, departure, clarification, reconsideration, standstill, nonattendance, expulsion, venue, continuation, dethronement, shutdown, convening, setback, reargument, timing, mistrial, interlocutory injunction, rerun, protraction, decision, force majeure, eleventh hour, upcoming, recusal, quorate, hiccup, weather, discontinuation, interruption, snub, nonparticipation, inquorate, reallocation, relocation, duststorm, power outage, renegotiation, pullout, stoppage, misunderstanding, hault, reshuffling, timetable, absence, demolishment, abort, scrapping, organizers, walkout, revocation, sanction, layoff, glitch, hiatus, temporary injunction, televising, unification, eve, deadlock, snafu, finalization, recission, ppd, appointment, lapse, curtailment, respite, aggravation, submersion, soaking, banishment, detention, intermission, lull, remission, discounted, hourly, monthly, renewal, -1, apprentice, approved, aux, best, butler, cabbalistic, cheapest, compute, copy, copyright, costly, customary, delivery, denial, dialectic

More specific:
adjournment, extension, moratorium, prorogation

Appears in the definition of:
cold storage, moratorium, reprieve

More general:
break, delay, detention, holdup, intermission, interruption, pause, suspension

Synonyms:
deferment, deferral, delay, hold, time lag, wait

Also try:
— Adjectives for postponement: indefinite, further, such, long, temporary, mere, day, second, year, brief, short, more...

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