too much in the heat of personal communication.
Every freak of prodigality was indulged to its fullest extent, and in a little while most of the trappers, having squandered
away all their wages, and perhaps run knee-deep in debt, were ready for another hard campaign in the wilderness.
The income from it, for the last three-and-twenty years, which should properly have been his, and which the dead man had squandered
to the last farthing, was gone beyond recall.
Monks, still bearing that assumed name, retired with his portion to a distant part of the New World; where, having quickly squandered
it, he once more fell into his old courses, and, after undergoing a long confinement for some fresh act of fraud and knavery, at length sunk under an attack of his old disorder, and died in prison.
I collected fourpence by the recital of "I remember, I remember." I knew it was fourpence, because they told me that if I kept it until I got twopence more I should have sixpence, which argument, albeit undeniable, moved me not, and the money was squandered, to the best of my recollection, on the very next morning, although upon what memory is a blank.
He talks about "two to one against the favorite," refers to actresses as "Little Emmy" and "Kate" and "Baby," and murmurs about his "losses at cards the other night" in a style implying that thousands have been squandered, though, to do him justice, the actual amount is most probably one-and-twopence.
He had married a poor ignorant woman, who had served as a waitress at some low eating-house, who had unexpectedly come into a little money, and whose small inheritance he had mercilessly squandered
to the last farthing.
I had inherited considerable wealth from my parents, and being young and foolish I at first squandered
it recklessly upon every kind of pleasure, but presently, finding that riches speedily take to themselves wings if managed as badly as I was managing mine, and remembering also that to be old and poor is misery indeed, I began to bethink me of how I could make the best of what still remained to me.
It was to little purpose that Fouquet had squandered
thirty millions of francs in the fountains of his gardens, in the crucibles of his sculptors, in the writing-desks of his literary friends, in the portfolios of his painters; vainly had he fancied that thereby he might be remembered.
The lady, I am sure, will be undone in every sense; for, besides the loss of most part of her own fortune, she will be not only married to a beggar, but the little fortune which her father cannot withhold from her will be squandered
on that wench with whom I know he yet converses.
Yes, the money shall be found, for I have not yet squandered
Chief executive Rick Hetherington claimed the national broadcaster had "squandered
" money and deserved nothing more.