from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who procrastinates, or defers the performance of anything to a future time.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who procrastinates, or defers the performance of anything.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun One who
procrastinates; one who delays working on things.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun someone who postpones work (especially out of laziness or habitual carelessness)
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Rarely do you find the word procrastinator used in a positive way.
Mr. Anderson says he's a "procrastinator" when it comes to shopping, but does spend time trying to figure out what his wife would like.
I'm a chronic procrastinator which is only worsened by the fact that I'm always busy.
Michael O'Rourke: What kind of procrastinator are you?
If your photo is under the dictionary's definition of "procrastinator," you probably haven't made travel plans for the Fourth of July weekend.
Being a procrastinator, it's something I need to be consciously aware of all of the time.
Habits: If you are a perfectionist, a chronic procrastinator or a workaholic, you are doing yourself a great disservice.
Taking shelter in that much-loved refuge of the procrastinator, the doctrine of unripe time, he said change had not been ruled out: "We are simply saying that if we are to undertake change, we need to do it in a careful and thoughtful way."
Knowing his forgetful older daughter so well, he sometimes sent me on my way with a fond “see ya later, procrastinator.”
He was a nervous businessman, devoted to land speculation, prone to inviting lawsuits, and, as the years went on, increasingly hesitant and a procrastinator.