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- n. Agent noun of squander; one who squanders.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who squanders.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who squanders; one who spends his money prodigally; a spendthrift; a prodigal; a waster; a lavisher.
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- n. a recklessly extravagant consumer
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From the arch-squanderer of public money, this was hypocrisy.
Back in the day, it was all about Paris Hilton and her love tryst with the “Runaway Bride” and Lacey Peterson; and the way Michael Jackson and JonBenet, and whatever and ever amen, meanwhile our Constitution burned and the US went from appearing to be the great force for good in the world to a squanderer of trillions, murderer of millions and gleeful despoiler of the entire planet.
The vast expansion of aviation ~ the most highly polluting transport mode on earth ~ big squanderer of dwindling world oil resources ~ fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions ~ balance of payments deficit creator ~ destroyer of UK's profitable, unsubsidised, domestic tourist industry, clean air and countryside ~ is being actively encouraged by nulab and Broon via huge TAX & VAT subsidies paid for by c 96% of us.
Also le gaspillage = waste un gaspilleur/une gaspilleuse = a squanderer
Also: le gaspillage = waste un gaspilleur/une gaspilleuse = a squanderer, spendthrift
The post, and the argument, is a credibility-squanderer - unless, of course, you are another of those people already so blind to opposing views on the issue that the mere whiff of blood will get you thrashing around.
He was never thought to be a niggard; not even ungenerous: nor when his conduct came to be inquired into, an extravagant, a squanderer: his pride [so far was it a laudable pride] secured him from that.
A hundred people would lend me money, or to any man who has not the reputation of a squanderer.
I squander what is given me, a squanderer with a thousand hands: how could I call that — sacrificing?
She was no squanderer of her father's money -- she knew the value of every thing; no waste, no scantiness was her mode.