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- adj. spendthrift; prodigal
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Spendthrift; prodigal.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lavish; wasteful; prodigal.
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We're going to hear on O'Reily tonight about how the Republicans are more spendthrifty over the Democrats cuz their top four spent $23. 1M less than the top four Dems over the last quarter.
Loft living situations may have revolutionized domestic culture some, or for a certain set of spendthrifty, yet socialable young people.
The children are being trained to become either thrifty or spendthrifty.
The other parties are no better, and the Liberals, in particular, misleadingly use their opposition to needed corporate income tax cuts as a way of justifying their own spendthrifty plans.
Special interests tend to grow self-rewarding and spendthrifty.
I was way more spendthrifty though, I wasn't too afraid of running short of supplies in part because the game seemed to provide when I needed it.
The way I see it, there’s four levels of holiday partying, from least to most spendthrifty: 1. Renting out a room or entire restaurant 2. Having your house party catered 3. Preparing an elaborate five-course meal for guests at home 4. Having a potluck