from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who procrastinates; one who delays working on things.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who procrastinates, or defers the performance of anything.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who procrastinates, or defers the performance of anything to a future time.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who postpones work (especially out of laziness or habitual carelessness)
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.
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.
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."