The U.K. originally hung back from embracing such policies, and as a result was a laggard in developing a solar industry.
Not yet, Sire; he is no laggard if he reach it in three hours hence.
They knew that the laggard herds were racing with the storm.
Time doth slip by with astonishing speed—though, indeed, 'twas laggard enough in the galleys and in the prison of Cadiz.
Soubise, for his share, 'had of killed 24,'—O you laggard of a Soubise!
On the contrary, he thought that Garrison was a time-server and a laggard who needed to be spurred and driven.
At length the laggard hands of the clock were close together on the figure 6.
I feel like a laggard, with you girls all working so hard at some business.
Sir, the gentleman from Georgia has learned much since 1861; but he is still a laggard.
Oh, guide this laggard pen To write of one who loved his fellow men!