procrastination

Prevaricate vs Procrastination - What's the difference?

prevaricate | procrastination |


As a verb prevaricate

is (transitive|intransitive|obsolete) to deviate, transgress; to go astray (from).

As a noun procrastination is

the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

Prolong vs Procrastination - What's the difference?

prolong | procrastination |


As a verb prolong

is (label) to extend in space or length.

As a noun procrastination is

the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

Procrastination vs Vacillation - What's the difference?

procrastination | vacillation |


As nouns the difference between procrastination and vacillation

is that procrastination is the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally while vacillation is indecision in speech or action.

Preparation vs Procrastination - What's the difference?

preparation | procrastination |


As nouns the difference between preparation and procrastination

is that preparation is preparation while procrastination is the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

Impetuousness vs Procrastination - What's the difference?

impetuousness | procrastination |


As nouns the difference between impetuousness and procrastination

is that impetuousness is (uncountable) the state or quality of being impetuous; making arbitrary decisions while procrastination is the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

Anticipation vs Procrastination - What's the difference?

anticipation | procrastination |


As nouns the difference between anticipation and procrastination

is that anticipation is the act of anticipating, taking up, placing, or considering something beforehand, or before the proper time in natural order while procrastination is the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

Lazy vs Procrastination - What's the difference?

lazy | procrastination |


As a verb lazy

is .

As a noun procrastination is

the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

Procrastination vs Avoidance - What's the difference?

procrastination | avoidance |


As nouns the difference between procrastination and avoidance

is that procrastination is the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally while avoidance is the act of annulling; annulment.

Avoidant vs Procrastination - What's the difference?

avoidant | procrastination |


As nouns the difference between avoidant and procrastination

is that avoidant is a person who exhibits avoidance while procrastination is the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

As an adjective avoidant

is exhibiting avoidance.

Procrastination vs Postpone - What's the difference?

procrastination | postpone |


As a noun procrastination

is the act of postponing]], delaying or [[put off|putting off, especially habitually or intentionally.

As a verb postpone is

to delay or put off an event, appointment etc.

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