delayed

Canceled vs Delayed - What's the difference?

canceled | delayed |


As verbs the difference between canceled and delayed

is that canceled is (cancel) while delayed is (delay).

As an adjective canceled

is .

Retarded vs Delayed - What's the difference?

retarded | delayed |


As verbs the difference between retarded and delayed

is that retarded is (retard) while delayed is (delay).

As an adjective retarded

is delayed; delayed in development, hindered; impeded.

Delaying vs Delayed - What's the difference?

delaying | delayed |


As verbs the difference between delaying and delayed

is that delaying is while delayed is (delay).

As a noun delaying

is a delay.

Prompt vs Delayed - What's the difference?

prompt | delayed |


As verbs the difference between prompt and delayed

is that prompt is to lead someone toward what they should say or do while delayed is (delay).

As an adjective prompt

is (archaic) ready, willing (to act).

As a noun prompt

is a reminder or cue.

Unhurried vs Delayed - What's the difference?

unhurried | delayed |


As an adjective unhurried

is not hurried; not rushed.

As a verb delayed is

(delay).

Latent vs Delayed - What's the difference?

latent | delayed |


As an adjective latent

is existing or present but concealed or inactive.

As a verb delayed is

(delay).

Delayed vs Cancell - What's the difference?

delayed | cancell |


As verbs the difference between delayed and cancell

is that delayed is (delay) while cancell is .

Delayed vs Sluggish - What's the difference?

delayed | sluggish |


As a verb delayed

is (delay).

As an adjective sluggish is

habitually idle and lazy; slothful; dull; inactive; as, a sluggish man.

Delayed vs Lated - What's the difference?

delayed | lated |


As a verb delayed

is (delay).

As an adjective lated is

(obsolete) belated; too late.

Delayed vs Withheld - What's the difference?

delayed | withheld |


As verbs the difference between delayed and withheld

is that delayed is (delay) while withheld is (withhold).

As an adjective withheld is

that one has withheld; kept from the possession or knowledge of another.

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