She had hoped for tiling, and a kerosene range for summer cooking, but Kennicott always postponed these expenses.
Mysteriously aching, nebulously sad, she slipped away, half-convinced but only half-convinced that it was horrible and unnatural, this postponement of release of mother-affection, this sacrifice to her opinionation and to his cautious desire for prosperity.
They spoke of and postponed a trip to the Twin Cities.
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Due to her illness, we postponed our vacation for a week.