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- adj. Not frugal.
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Puffing on his trademark pipe, he holds court at his Wilshire Boulevard headquarters, a vast beige office whose most conspicuous decoration is a $170,000 pinball machine given to him by his famously unfrugal wife, Candy.
Or maybe I'll just dodge every single responsibility I have till Monday, be completely unfrugal and cash-stupid and buy another box of CSI Miami, and curl up to feel sorry for myself and ignore the world.
She says, though, that despite being an unfrugal Gentile such treats have no affect on her or her employees.
I also remember once being at an unfrugal, old-fashioned, festive dinner at a friend's house, when one of the guests proposed our host's health, and finished up by saying, "I shall be glad to see everyone at this table to dinner at my house this day week."
It was unfrugal: it occasioned great waste of life in the mode, and of money in the expenses of conveyance.
John's clamorous debts, that the unfrugal method of his last wife, and this ruinous lawsuit, had brought him into.
Don't worry, I am pointing out all the unfrugal aspects of the room: