Definitions

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  • noun informal A person who is addicted to spending money.

Etymologies

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From spend + -aholic.

Examples

  • He called the government's culture of quangos and initiatives "spendaholic", and said the human rights act and health and safety industry strangled-out trust and social responsibility.

    Cameron Pledges Thatcherite Crusade on Britain's Broken Society

  • He blasted a 'spendaholic' Government for wasting billions of taxpayers 'money and said the coming election must bring about a' complete change of direction 'for Britain after 13 years of Labour rule which have ended in recession and the inauguration of an' age of austerity '.

    Home | Mail Online

  • He blasted a "spendaholic" Government for wasting billions of taxpayers 'money and said the coming election must bring about a "complete change of direction" for Britain after 13 years of Labour rule which have ended in recession and the inauguration of an "age of austerity".

    icSolihull

  • Thrifty David Cameron attacks 'spendaholic' Labour

    WN.com - Articles related to For god's sake, think of the children

  • He blasted a "spendaholic" Government for wasting billions of taxpayers 'money and said the coming election must bring about a "complete change of direction" for Britain after 13 years of Labour rule which have ended in recession and the inauguration of an "age of austerity".

    icScotland

  • We need to derail this "spendaholic" train before it moves farther.

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  • Nicholas Watt, chief political correspondent yesterday served notice that a Conservative government would impose swingeing spending cuts across government as he replaces Labour's "spendaholic" ways with a new era of thrift.

    The Guardian World News

  • He blasted a "spendaholic" Government for wasting billions of taxpayers 'money and said the coming election must bring about a "complete change of direction" for Britain after 13 years of Labour rule which have ended in recession and the inauguration of an "age of austerity".

    The Guardian World News

  • He blasted a "spendaholic" Government for wasting billions of taxpayers 'money and said the coming election must bring about a "complete change of direction" for Britain after 13 years of Labour rule which have ended in recession and the inauguration of an "age of austerity".

    The Guardian World News

  • He blasted a "spendaholic" Government for wasting billions of taxpayers 'money and said the coming election must bring about a "complete change of direction" for Britain after 13 years of Labour rule which have ended in recession and the inauguration of an "age of austerity".

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