It's just as important not to dilly-dally while you get it down, too.
His attitude has been to dilly-dally and turn down proposals on firms on trivial grounds.
This generosity for themselves comes from a congress that continues to dilly-dally over a proposal to raise the minimum wage by a pathetic dollar-an-hour - phased in over the next three years.
They cannot dilly-dally with the issue as the deadline has been set.
Well, I hope he doesn't dilly-dally too much longer.
We were thankful for the time bought for us to dilly-dally .
I used to be a fundraiser, and I found that it is best not to dilly-dally too long, but to go ahead and get to ‘the ask’.
Apparently she told the passengers that when they had deplaned and cleared customs, they were to make their way straight home, and not to dilly-dally anywhere, as there was a large amount of civil disturbance going on downtown!
How should we deal with judges who sleep on the bench, dilly-dally over judgments or commit crimes?
When she emerged - and she never took long, for she wasn't one to dilly-dally - I would step into the hall so that she would see me there waiting and wouldn't be frightened.