forslow

verb for·slow \fə(r)ˈslō\

Definition of forslow

archaic

  1. :  to put off :  delay

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Origin and Etymology of forslow

Middle English forslewen to be slow, delay, from Old English forslǣwan, forslāwian, from for- + -slǣwan, slāwian to be slow, from slāw slow — more at slow


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