(1) There we would dally through the long night hours until the tinny clock sounded Reveille.(2) Not one to dally about, Sally quickly gathered up her cast and got them safely out of the building.(3) Simon will take his place in the back-row, while fly-half Jones can expect to feel the force of his club-mate should he dally on the ball for too long.(4) But if McLeish was the type of person to dally on instances of coincidence and place his faith in fate, he need only look at last term.(5) In their cozy little arrangement, he gets the freedom to dally now and then, so long as he keeps to the couple?(6) The list of things he has promised is a good list, but there is no time to dally , whether by land, sea or air.(7) Just wear enough if it's chilly and don't dally afterwards!(8) Sligo players, anxious not to dally , sought to move the ball on with the minimum of fuss.(9) She won't have much time to dally on the Prom this week, though.(10) It's a very small-scale event, so please don't dither, dally or delay.(11) Catz dallied on the ball in the left-back slot and the alert Woodcock stole the ball, but he was stopped from finishing at the last gasp.(12) He dallies long enough to allow Djourou to block his initial shot, but a lucky rebound gives him another chance.(13) From the corner, the Colombian international seized on the ball unmarked at the far post but dallied enough to allow Edmondson a smart block.(14) In the past NY women might have dallied with a man in uniform, but wouldn't have pursued one.(15) The obvious reality that there is little or no time for dallying when in possession didn't register for some of the players until the game had warmed up.(16) The modern generation knows about lounging in the Lakes and dallying in the Dales, but very little about our local footpaths.