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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRODIGALLY

And so to-night I am going to spend them, not prudently on bread, but prodigally on beer.

Indeed, they were sumptuously, lavishly, prodigally provided for.

He had made his money in mines, rails, ships; and now he was spending it prodigally.

None of art's works, but prodigally strownBy nature, with her negligence divine.

Here are bred the men whose blood—when the bagpipe blows—is prodigally poured forth on a thousand shores.

Praise, in my opinion, properly and not prodigally bestowed, is one of the best resources of a nation.

In our coal-measures, the mighty dead forests of long ago, are vast stores of sunlight which we are prodigally using up.

Trails Plowed Under, prodigally illustrated, is a collection of yarns and anecdotes saturated with humor and humanity.

His funds were not prodigally wasted on capricious and ill examined schemes, nor refused to beneficial though costly improvements.

This punishment, then everywhere habitual, was enforced as prodigally in convents as in colleges.

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