procrastinate


Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • verb

Synonyms for procrastinate

Synonyms for procrastinate

to go or move slowly so that progress is hindered

Synonyms for procrastinate

References in periodicals archive ?
Studies have repeatedly shown that the tendency to procrastinate closely follows economic models of delay discounting.
Over half of Gulf News' poll respondents said they regularly procrastinate.
TEHRAN (FNA)- We all do it: our best intentions are to go to the gym, get started on writing something, do practice learning a language - but then we procrastinate.
People who procrastinate carry an unfair amount of guilt.
Procrastinate on Purpose offers a 5-step framework that helps people effectively procrastinate on everything else so that only their priorities remain:
According to the synopsis of "The Focus Attentuation: "The guys try to invent something cool, but only come up with new ways to procrastinate.
Everyone procrastinates at least sometimes, but we wanted to explore why some people procrastinate more than others and why procrastinators seem more likely to make rash actions and act without thinking," psychological scientist and study author Daniel Gustavson of the University of Colorado Boulder said.
It wants to manoeuvre and procrastinate to gain time.
HRH the Prime Minister added that cooperation with constitutional institutions, including the House of Representatives is a duty dictated by national responsibility before constitutional obligations and that it is absolutely unacceptable to procrastinate or allow any shortcoming which may limit our aspirations towards this cooperation which is obligatory on each Member of Parliament who represents and speaks on behalf of his constituents and that everybody should comply with regulatory code which organizes the relationship between both authorities.
According to the survey, 69% of Australians are more likely to procrastinate at home than work, with household chores (67%), DIY (36%) and cleaning (35%) the tasks we avoid doing the most.
Whether it's a doctor's appointment, cleaning out the garage, or visiting a really annoying family member, most people procrastinate to some degree, according to Queendom research; a lack of motivation and a low tolerance for frustration being the most common causes.
Whether it's filing your taxes, paying your bills, cleaning out the garage or getting out of bed to exercise, everyone tends to procrastinate once in a while.
We will try to do whatever necessary reforms are needed for joining the EU, but don't procrastinate.
However this is only after years of expensive legal wrangling in which the council allowed the owners to procrastinate by claiming that they were in discussions with an interested developer regarding a possible refurbishment of the building.