Meaning of procrastinatory in English:


Pronunciation /prə(ʊ)ˈkrastɪnət(ə)ri/


See procrastinate

‘I ought also to catalogue my entire CD collection for insurance purposes but I'm not currently in need of THAT much procrastinatory activity.’
  • ‘Most importantly, procrastinatory behaviour is based on perceived workloads and deadlines, and it can not be assumed that perceptions are always perfect.’
  • ‘Actually I shall probably take advantage of a little light dialup for a while, so frantic procrastinatory posting may well still regularly occur.’
  • ‘You see, I have this study schedule all planned out to compensate for my procrastinatory tendencies.’