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cunctation (kungk TAY shuhn) (s) (noun), cunctations (pl)
1. A hesitation, a postponement, a procrastination or putting off until another time: There was a cunctation of the regular TV program because there was some "breaking news" regarding the explosion that took place in the city of Paris.
2. Etymology: from Latin cunctatio; from cunctatus, the past participle of cunctari, "to delay, to waver".
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