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The Fountainhead
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  • He was glad only that the day was postponed.
  • You’ll say it eventually, but let’s postpone it.
  • He kept postponing it.
  • He had been postponing it for several mornings.
  • The answer of the bank board, which Weidler had promised him long ago, had been postponed from week to week.
  • They sat at opposite ends of the living room, and Keating tried to postpone the moment of thinking what he had to think now.
  • Hopton Stoddard would not budge, but Toohey’s disapproval made him uncomfortable and he postponed his decision from day to day.
  • Neil Dumont was throwing his own unconfessed thoughts at him; he had known that he would have to face this soon and he had tried to postpone the moment.

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  • Due to her illness, we postponed our vacation for a week.
  • Let’s postpone the test.

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