prorogue (v.) 1
postpone, delay, defer
RJ II.ii.78 [Romeo to Juliet, of the Capulets] My life were better ended by their hate / Than death prorogued, wanting of thy love
RJ IV.i.48 [Friar to Juliet, of her forthcoming marriage to Paris] nothing may prorogue it
TNK I.i.196 [Hippolyta to Theseus] Prorogue this business we are going about