laggard

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Hanging back; loitering

Between blinks Tommy saw Temple in the path, her body slender and motionless for a moment as though waiting for some laggard part to catch up.

Someone who lags behind; someone who takes more time than is necessary
falling behind
Someone who takes more time than is necessary
{s} slow, backward; delayed; sluggish; lazy
inclined to waste time and lag behind
{i} slow person; retarded person; person who falls behind; person who moves slowly
If you describe a country, company, or product as a laggard, you mean that it is not performing as well as its competitors. The company has developed a reputation as a technological laggard in the personal-computer arena. someone or something that is very slow or late (LAG)
someone who takes more time than necessary; someone who lags behind
Someone who lags behind
One who lags; a loiterer
wasting time
Slow; sluggish; backward
laggardly
resembling a laggard; slow; taking more time than is necessary; lagging behind
A laggard
lagger
laggardly
{s} slowly; lazily, sluggishly
laggardly
in a slow or sluggish manner
laggardly
In the manner of a laggard
laggards
The fifth, and last, group of users to adopt an innovation (See adopter categories and product adoption process )
laggards
those in a community who are slowest to adopt a new product See Diffusion of Innovation; Early Adopters; Early Majority; Innovators; Late Majority
laggards
The last people to adopt a new product, suspicious of new products and oriented towards the past p 462
laggards
consumers who are the last to purchase a new product
laggards
prefer to do things the way they have been done in the past and are very suspicious of new ideas-sometimes called nonadopters-see adoption curve
laggards
plural of laggard
laggards
One type of adopter in Everett Rogers' diffusion of innovations framework describing the risk adverse group that follows the late majority that is generally not interested in new technology and are the last group of customers to buy
laggards
Those consumers who adopt the product/service as it reaches the end of its lifecycle They usally pay a competitive price for the benefit of waiting
laggard
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