procrastinator

[ proh-kras-tuh-neyt, pruh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF procrastinator
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The procrastinator admits, for instance, that a piece of work must be done.

The procrastinator is the veriest drudge—he has his nose to the grindstone all the time.

He may have been a procrastinator in everything else, but as a writer he was a skilled mechanic.

Then, to prevent the procrastinator from backing up, the salesman reached for the telephone on the advertiser's desk.

The procrastinator queries, "Cannot American man-power meet the demand?"

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