Mark Kingwell is the author of Better Living, The World We Want, Concrete Reveries and Glenn Gould.
Dallying is a delightful, flirtatious way to pass the time. To dilly-dally, however, is to seesaw, zigzag, or shilly-shally—in other words, to act with trifling vacillation or indecision. more
Mark Kingwell, Joshua Glenn
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