- v. present participle of procrastinate.
“Sometimes I feel that you could read too much as a means of procrastinating from the task at hand.”
“Part of the way I’m constructively procrastinating is skimming a review paper on Generalized Parton Distributions.”
“Now more and more people enjoy their comedy by themselves, and they download comedy shows onto their iPods or sneak a procrastinating peek at a streaming video in their office cubicles.”
“It should not have been about posturing and procrastinating, that is for the local member level.”
“This is exceptionally true to University students, but can also be referred to as 'procrastinating'.”
“Russell Bishop, a professional life coach and management consultant, called procrastinating a constructive act of intelligence in an article for the Huffington Post.”
“Various preholiday surveys suggest consumers will show more self-restraint when it comes to impulsive purchases for themselves, and they may repeat the kind of procrastinating that delayed back-to-school sales.”
“We -- I was one of those guys that was kind of procrastinating and just couldn't get around to it, so when this opportunity landed in my lap, Wow, what a way to do it.”
“Davis singled out B.C. for "procrastinating" on a 10-year-old proposal to regulate the profession and called on P.E.I.,”
“Davis singled out B.C. for "procrastinating" on a 10-year-old proposal to regulate the profession.”
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