spending spree

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Noun1.spending spree - a brief period of extravagant spending
spree, fling - a brief indulgence of your impulses
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A STUDENT who received PS850,000 instead of an PS85 monthly university grant went on a 73-day spending spree with her pals.
The tally, based on Labor's public commitments and costed by the Victorian Coalition Government, reveals Labor's spending spree is more than three times its promises at the last election.
Happy shoppers spend an average PS127 more per spending spree.
A SON who used his dad's credit card to go on a PS6000 year-long internet spending spree was left facing jail yesterday.
A SINGLE mum who went on a lavish spending spree after finding more than PS50,000 in her bank account has been ordered to repay the cash.
Mr Gajjar told jurors that at first Elisabetta, referred to in court as Lisa, and co-defendant Francesca, 35, were open and apologetic about their spending spree.
Liverpool are hoping to complete several deals before the transfer window closes on Monday and will kick off their late spending spree by attempting to sign defensive pair Mamadou Sakho and Tiago Ilori.
HARRY Redknapp thinks Manchester City's spending spree will not cease until they have won the title - and claims Roberto Mancini has already sealed one or two blockbuster signings to help him achieve that goal next season.
A YOUTH offender worker who went on a spending spree after being overpaid by pounds 17,500 has received a suspended jail sentence.
But the Crown Office forensic investigators allege that all 12 loans in the 20-month spending spree were obtained fraudulently.
ANKARA, Jan 5, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish economy minister on Wednesday sought to give assurances that the government was not on a spending spree ahead of next July's general elections.
CONMAN Ian Roberts, 28, went on a spending spree using bouncing cheques.