Procrastinate Definition

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1. A good correspondent does not procrastinate. 1
2. Accordingly, we had to procrastinate, as we had done over the Supreme Soviet Deputies' visit to Britain. 1
3. After killing cummer, liang Saiming covers with small vest body, procrastinate put a kitchen. 1
4. Compere: Why to negotiate procrastinate so old? 1
5. Don't procrastinate until the day before a deadline. 1
6. Establish mechanism of lead plane salesroom, drainage salesroom, procrastinate inside fittings salesroom, rubber products salesroom. 1
7. Exam time is hell for those who procrastinate. 1
8. He procrastinate until it is too late to do anything at all. 1
9. He procrastinated until it was too late to do anything. 1
10. His successors were less committed and procrastinated interminably. 1
11. I've procrastinated all semester, so I have a lot of cramming to do. 1
12. Is price war break down to procrastinate adversary? 1
13. It's easy to procrastinate when the deadline seems infinitely far away. 1
14. Just as she had put off ringing Livingstone until it was too late, so she procrastinated with regard to contacting Gwen. 1
15. Keep your momentum! Listen, apply and move forward. Do not procrastinate. 1
16. Molly: Next time I won't procrastinate. 1
17. Most often we procrastinate when faced with something we do not want to do. 1
18. My nausea has been very helpful to me in understanding my own tendency to procrastinate. 1
19. Of plastic floor maintain, general need not wet mop often procrastinates , in case sewage is entered from the ooze in flat-fell seam, destroy stickup. 1
20. People often procrastinate when it comes to paperwork. 1
21. People were dying of starvation while governments procrastinated. 1
22. Plus, how to get out of a speeding ticket and how to use technology to procrastinate. 1
23. Potential career changers tend to procrastinate. 1
24. Procrastination is stealing time - those who procrastinate always do not have enough time. Dr T.P.Chia  1
25. Procrastination is the fear of success. People procrastinate because they are afraid of the success that they know will result if they move ahead now. Because success is heavy, carries a responsibility with it, it is much easier to procrastinate and live 2
26. Sukarno procrastinated; tempers flared up, the students withdrew. 1
27. They are trying to procrastinate to wait for reinforcements approach. 1
28. They procrastinate over their homework; I see them on the unemployment line. 1
29. To procrastinate, I fell in with the spirit of the occasion. 1
30. We may procrastinate doing things, or - even if we do them - we may do them only halfheartedly. 1
 

Procrastinate

[prəˈkrastəˌnāt]

VERB

procrastinates (third person present) · procrastinated (past tense) · procrastinated (past participle) · procrastinating (present participle)

  - delay or postpone action; put off doing something.

Synonyms

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