waste

Part of speech: adverb

Wastefully.

Part of speech: noun

Wastefulness.

Part of speech: noun

Refuse.

Part of speech: verb

To expend thoughtlessly or idly; squander.

Part of speech: verb

To lose or cause to lose strength or substance gradually, as by disease or training.

Part of speech: adjective

Worthless; useless; refuse.

Part of speech: adjective

Unproductive; desert; made desolate.

Part of speech: noun

The act of wasting or squandering.

Part of speech: noun

A continuous diminishing or failing; wasting; decline.

Part of speech: noun

A wilderness; desert.

Part of speech: adjective

Wasteful.

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Usage examples "waste":

  1. They find it very hard to waste the days in superficialities. - "The Girl and Her Religion", Margaret Slattery.
  2. " You didn't waste much time," he said. - "Gallegher and Other Stories", Richard Harding Davis.
  3. But don't waste time on me, Gemmell, when you have her life to save, if you can. - "Tommy and Grizel", J.M. Barrie.