drag one's feet
From walking while dragging one’s feet along the ground, either from lack of enthusiasm or to intentionally slow down movement. Compare dig in one's heels (“firmly oppose”).
- (idiomatic) To procrastinate, put off; to dawdle, avoid, or make progress slowly and reluctantly.
- I have been dragging my feet about filing my taxes.
- (idiomatic) To intentionally stall, to delay, to obstruct.
- (delay, stall): slow-walk