Simple past tense and past participle of postpone.(verb)
Done later than originally planned; delayed.(adjective)
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Use "postponed" in a sentence
"While rain postponed the second of a three-game set between the AL Central Division rivals, they were able to rework their pitching rotations prior to concluding an abbreviated series Wednesday at Comerica Park."
"In Brazil, rain postponed the singles matches between Brazil and Sweden."
"Erwin postponed his senior year at the University of Richmond to go to Iraq, where he spent his spare time working with Iraqi students and professors to start Ambassadors of Democracy, a 15-lesson curriculum bringing the tenets of democracy to Iraqi students."