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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Remember Everton's spending spree in the summer of 1988 when Tony Cottee,Pat Nevin, Stuart McCall and Neil McDonald arrived?
A YOUNG couple who went on a spending spree with stolen credit cards have been jailed for three months.
LIVERPOOL are planning a pounds 40m summer spending spree to cement their position as one of Europe's elite.
EAGLE-EYED Christine Burgess is looking forward to a spending spree at Argos after winning pounds 100 in vouchers in a wordsearch competition.
Britain's second biggest package holiday company, Airtours, continued its recent spending spree yesterday with the pounds 44.4 million takeover of a Spanish hotel group.
Multi-millionaire Harding, who died in a helicopter crash last year, bankrolled Gullit's international spending spree which paved the way for Chelsea's 2- 0 Wembley win over luckless Middlesbrough.
County have been branded the Manchester City of the lower leagues after a summer spending spree that has seen boss Ian McParland sign nine new recruits.
HOMEOWNERS will pay the price in higher mortgage repayments for a pre-election spending spree engineered by Chancellor Gordon Brown, according to his shadow, Oliver Letwin.
THE changes to the British transfer market initiated by Everton make perfect sense,but I can't see them sparking a spending spree by the Blues this summer.
The singer went on a spending spree with other members of the band while appearing in the United States, to take advantage of cut-price shopping.
Despite the bumper cash blow-out on presents, retailers predict the spending spree is not over yet.
Thousands of shoppers went on a last-ditch spending spree in Birmingham yesterday with a new survey suggesting revellers may spend up to pounds 1,500 on Christmas this year.