I used to be a reporter, and there is no better way to procrastinate while writing than research.
Techies know they hold all the cards to the obscure and procrastinate on the grounds of engineering mysteries.
It may be that if you procrastinate now you may never again hear the offer of the Gospel.
He complains that I did not procrastinate time according to agreement.
There is a similar disposition today to procrastinate in all city planning and health movements.
And as the debtor procrastinates, so did Margaret Anison procrastinate.
Its advocates declared that they did not entertain, and never had entertained any wish to procrastinate a settlement.
Abandoned I have left my father's house, abandoned I procrastinate my doom.
Drawing nearer, he made out the smouldering log; cowardice prompted him to procrastinate, he crept round behind it.
Its advocates declared that they did not entertain and never had entertained any wish to procrastinate a settlement.
1580s, a back formation from procrastination or else from Latin procrastinatus, past participle of procrastinare "to put off till tomorrow; defer, delay" (see procrastination). Related: Procrastinated; procrastinating. Earlier verb was procrastine (1540s), from French.