squander

Part of speech: noun

Squanderer.

Part of speech: verb

To spend money, etc., lavishly and wastefully.

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Usage examples "squander":

  1. Had I ever been known to squander or give away a single penny? - "The Fatal Boots", William Makepeace Thackeray.
  2. He hated his conspicuous clothes and his pretty broncho, and the woman who had gotten him to squander his money, and who was doubtless convulsed with laughter at his expense. - "Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up Bar-20", Clarence Edward Mulford.
  3. As to Augustus, he is so intimate with young Lord Squander, who you know is possessed of the greatest parliamentary interest, that I think that his fortune is as good as made. - "The History of Sandford and Merton", Thomas Day.