- n. Plural form of procrastination.
“I am the sum of their dual procrastinations: they forgot to cut my tail bone, long, ossified, wrapping itself around their legs, strangling their varicose vicissitudes. & it's getting so hard nowadays to get around in this bubble-scooter& the neighbors never concede that they've given me up for dead already.”
“Of course that 15 minutes usually exponentially grows and I often have to pay for my procrastinations over and over, when will I ever learn?”
“Given the grim procrastinations, it seems singularly incongruous that a branch of our government is oblivious or impotent to this present and grave threat to the nation's safety.”
“The long Japanese Recession 1989-2003 was caused by precisely this refusal to take the markdown, and engage in all manner of delays, excuses, procrastinations.”
“After nearly an hour of sweats, freak-outs, and procrastinations, I have finally emailed Draft One of Fathom to my editor.”
“Yet sometimes I think that fainter and fainter would have been her procrastinations, had I been a man of courage — but so fearful was I of offending!”
“It's getting to the stage where I'm procrastinating my procrastinations.”
“Kept coming up with excuses and procrastinations to not go.”
“I'm trying to make the most of my time, and despite distractions and procrastinations, I think I'm doing a pretty good job getting things done.”
“Before him rose vividly the picture of the long legal delays and procrastinations, the temporary and permanent prisons, the convict boats, the wearisome stoppages on the way, the frozen winters, illnesses, deaths of companions ....”
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