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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of squander.

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Examples

  • When a team "squanders" or lets slip away a golden scoring opportunity, it goes well beyond the more general "left on base" statistic.

    Roger I. Abrams: Don't Squander�� That Opportunity

  • MR. LEAVY: Well, it's -- I think "squanders" is a broad term.

    Press Briefing By Jake Siewert And David Leavy

  • The Bowiesque chorus kind of squanders the momentum, but not for long.

    London Free Press

  • Haringey 'squanders' £24m on consultants as Baby P suffered social workers 'salaries on private consultants while overstretched staff failed to save Baby P, the Standard can reveal.

    WN.com - Articles related to LI woman fights to stem the march of Alzheimers

  • I disagree with the author of that piece, David Gal, who claims that the platform strategy is a mistake because it "squanders" rather than helps the core asset of Facebook, which is the community of people.

    Techdirt

  • Palin's scant experience as an elected official -- she was mayor of a small town for six years and has been governor of Alaska for less than two -- "squanders" McCain's advantage over Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama in terms of experience in office and readiness to lead, the women voters said.

    Turkish Press

  • I really dig this set-up, but the movie kind of squanders it, never really getting scary.

    Ain't It Cool News - The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

  • I really dig this set-up, but the movie kind of squanders it, never really getting scary.

    Ain't It Cool News - The best in movie, TV, DVD, and comic book news.

  • Palin's scant experience as an elected official -- she was mayor of a small town for six years and has been governor of Alaska for less than two -- "squanders" McCain's advantage over Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama in terms of experience in office and readiness to lead, the women voters said.

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  • Palin's scant experience as an elected official - she was mayor of a small town for six years and has been governor of Alaska for less than two - "squanders" McCain's advantage over Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama in terms of experience in office and readiness to lead, the women voters said.

    Kerplunk - Common sense from Down Under

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