And when asked by Blitzer about her plans for reelection as governor in 2010 or about a run for president in 2012, Palin demurred.
When I asked Castro in a 1993 interview I did with him for Vanity Fair how many children he had, he demurred.
Solomon demurred and suggested Muth ask his Iraqi associates.
Ever the diplomat, Parks demurred that any casting would be a “Bravo decision.”
He demurred: “The overall climate of what people think about charters and school choice varies so much from city to city.”
"But strikes me they've had about all of me they can stand," demurred Charlie.
While Demosthenes argued, and Nicias demurred, Gylippus had not been idle.
But I demurred about any change, and leaned back, and eat a sweet apple.
As she demurred, he ended her life with a bullet from a pistol.
"I think I should prefer to learn by observation," Uncle Dan demurred, as he pulled his stiff leg out from under the table.
c.1200, "to linger, tarry, delay," from Old French demorer "delay, retard," from Latin demorari "to linger, loiter, tarry," from de- (see de-) + morari "to delay," from mora "a pause, delay" (see moratorium). Main modern sense of "raise objections" is first attested 1630s. Related: Demurred; demurring.