hold in abeyance

hold in abeyance
I verb adjourn, defer, delay, discontinue, forbear, give ground, give way, hold up, lay over, postpone procrastinate, prolong, protract, retard, shelve, suspend, table, temporize II index adjourn, defer (put off), delay, discontinue (break continuity), forbear, hold up (delay), suspend

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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