But while I secretly exulted in my power, I felt disposed to dally with my victim like a cat.
I may not dally on my way, turning to the right and the left for beauty and caricature.
"All right, Sir," assented Keith, flattered by the last part of dally's remark and utterly ignorant of what his choice implied.
Twas no time now, thought I, all at once, to dally with the child.
New interests were stirring and, as usual, cleverly nursed by dally.
We can delay arrival at the goal of our desires; we can dally by the wayside if we will.
And they are the very breath of childhood,—they "dally with the innocence of love, like the old age."
Sire and sons returned from the cemetery invigorated for their dally labours.
Here was a burning of bridges, a lover who wooed and a maid who did not dally!
They know exactly to what it will lead, if they dally with sentiment.
c.1300, "to talk, converse," possibly from Anglo-French dalier "to amuse oneself," of uncertain origin. Sense of "waste time" emerged by late 14c. Related: Dallied; dallying.
Sexual acts shared or partly shared by more than two people at the same time in the same place; group sex (1941+)
To connect; link; chain: Up to 8 EXP-16's may be daisy-chained together for a total of 128 differential inputs (1990s+)