1 She was extravagant, of course, but he hoped she wouldn't squander everything, and have nothing left when she was old.
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2 You, for example, May, you squander half your force with women.
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3 Don't squander the gold of your days, listening to the tedious, trying to improve the hopeless failure, or giving away your life to the ignorant, the common, and the vulgar.
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4 He had left her, when only eighteen; robbed her of jewels and money; gambled, squandered, forged, and fled to London: where for two years he had associated with the lowest outcasts.
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5 He was a man of excellent birth and education, who had squandered a fortune upon the turf, and who lived now by doing a little quiet and genteel book-making in the sporting clubs of London.
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6 He squandered too much in the heat of personal communication.
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7 On the other hand, it was possible that the officials had enough money but that they squandered it on themselves rather than use it for the court's purposes.
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8 Masses of Negroes stood idle, or, if they worked spasmodically, were never sure of pay; and if perchance they received pay, squandered the new thing thoughtlessly.
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9 His mother had no further occasion to upbraid him for squandering his money.
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