expenditure

[ ik-spen-di-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF expenditure

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPENDITURE

The soil is hard, and the crop after the expenditure of much toil is often very scanty.

On the Dana plateau, for example, by the expenditure of 32 hours of labour 48 cwt.

We have not detected any considerable increase of our annual expenditure in consequence.

Why have you encouraged me, sir, to an expenditure and mode of life to which we have no right or title?'

We mistake the outlay of money for an expenditure of sympathy.

He showed it too plainly by the increase of his expenditure.

We say, therefore, that governments must limit their expenditure to their revenue.

The expenditure of ammunition during this skirmish was great.

His household charges were framed on the most moderate scale of expenditure.

You wrote all the sums down, knowing your expenditure and profits.

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