squanderlust


squanderlust

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • squander — 1580s (implied in squandering), to spend recklessly or prodigiously, of unknown origin; Shakespeare used it 1593 in Merchant of Venice with a sense of to be scattered over a wide area. Squander bug, a British symbol of reckless extravagance and… …   Etymology dictionary


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