Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of splurge.

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Examples

  • Even with the Mossbacks overrun by East Coast immigrants, no white shoes ... splurging is tea at tully's ...

    Last Night « PubliCola

  • “A jar of maple syrup and a tree to tap hundreds of miles from where you live isn’t what I call splurging,” Alvirah exclaimed.

    The Christmas Thief

  • “A jar of maple syrup and a tree to tap hundreds of miles from where you live isn’t what I call splurging,” Alvirah exclaimed.

    The Christmas Thief

  • “A jar of maple syrup and a tree to tap hundreds of miles from where you live isn’t what I call splurging,” Alvirah exclaimed.

    The Christmas Thief

  • “A jar of maple syrup and a tree to tap hundreds of miles from where you live isn’t what I call splurging,” Alvirah exclaimed.

    Mary Higgins Clark & Carol Higgins Clark Ebook Christmas Set

  • This list shows where New Yorkers are splurging, that is where their credit card purchases are the biggest.

    The Top 12 Places Where Rich New Yorkers Spend Money - Yahoo! Finance

  • This list shows where New Yorkers are splurging, that is where their credit card purchases are the biggest.

    The Top 12 Places Where Rich New Yorkers Spend Money - Yahoo! Finance

  • For the first time ever, I found myself contemplating the idea of splurging for an upgrade of my fully functional audio-video equipment.

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  • Brown is not only willing to do anything to stay in office - such as splurging £2.7 billion and fighting elections asifhis party was the BNP - he is also, quite literally, deluded.

    Brown is deluded.

  • But if most of your assets are in a low-cost U.S. stock fund, there's nothing wrong with "splurging" on a well run, actively managed international fund from time to time.

    Foreign ETF Fee-ver

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