Definition Of respited
postpone (a sentence, obligation, etc.).
the execution was only respited a few months
Example Of respited
Considerable influence was exerted to save her from the death sentence and in the end it was respited , though the records do not tell her ultimate fate.
I looked at the case it's referring to and the judgement was respited , so you're right to tag it up as supplementary.
That of 1320 was respited as a result of the appeal usually known as the ‘declaration of Arbroath’; from then on, the pope was prepared at least to give King Robert his proper title.
The debate of it was respited to the next meeting, it being late.
The rare exception made for pregnant women in Jamaica was that they were ‘ respited … from execution until after their pregnancy’.