- n. Plural form of splurge.
“CorrectionsIn the "splurges" section of Tip Sheet's "Holiday Gift Guide Special," the price for the vermeil double-tassel crystal necklace by Erickson Beamon is $755 (212-643-4810 for more info).”
“I've often noticed that, if I let my "splurges" go on for more than a day or two, it's a lot harder to get back on the healthy-eating wagon.”
“We talked about how to live and eat well and the need to include some "splurges" (Hagen-Dazs icecream was the "splurge").”
“(Lower budget "splurges" could be appetizers and drinks in their Bar 601).”
“We love our budget, because it not only guides us through the month, putting limits on our spending, but it also allows us to plan for little "splurges".”
“Even if you pay cash for your "splurges" save the cash and put it toward paying down your debt.”
“Perhaps the most challenging resolution for many people is making healthy food choices while avoiding splurges that pack on the pounds and cause digestive symptoms to flare.”
“Budget for splurges and tighten your belt after one.8:30 p.m.”
“I was surprised by how much I liked it, though it's certainly a meal for splurges only.”
“Gymnast Sacramone, 20, preps for trials, studies economics, splurges on ice cream.”
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