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See definition of prodigally on Dictionary.com
  • as inlargely
  • as ingenerously
  • as inwastefully

synonyms for prodigally

  • broadly
  • chiefly
  • generally
  • mostly
  • predominantly
  • principally
  • widely
  • abundantly
  • as a rule
  • by and large
  • commodiously
  • comprehensively
  • considerably
  • copiously
  • expansively
  • extensively
  • extravagantly
  • generously
  • grandly
  • immoderately
  • imposingly
  • in a big way
  • in a grand manner
  • lavishly
  • liberally
  • magnificently
  • mainly
  • on a large scale
  • overall
  • primarily
  • prodigiously
  • voluminously
  • handsomely
  • freely
  • lavishly
  • abundantly
  • amply
  • profusely
  • liberally
  • munificently
  • bountifully
  • charitably
  • copiously
  • openhandedly
  • unsparingly
  • unstintingly
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How to use prodigally in a sentence

So you can see an environment developing where some of the tenants are some of Shaftesbury’s prodigal sons of recent years and some of them are Chinatown’s longer-term businesses.
THE POWER LANDLORDS HAVE OVER RESTAURANTS RIGHT NOWELLIE KRUPNICKOCTOBER 1, 2020EATER
I had lived prodigally for four years and my small stock of provisions was exhausted.
MEMOIRS OF THE DUCHESSE DE DINO V.1/3, 1831-1835DOROTHY DUCHESSE DE DINO
America today is wasting its human possibilities even more prodigally than its material wealth.
EUTHENICS, THE SCIENCE OF CONTROLLABLE ENVIRONMENTELLEN H. RICHARDS
None of art's works, but prodigally strownBy nature, with her negligence divine.
ON THE PORTRAITS OF ENGLISH AUTHORS ON GARDENING,SAMUEL FELTON
I do not wish to leave much property for my relatives to use prodigally, or to quarrel over.
THE HARRIS-INGRAM EXPERIMENTCHARLES E. BOLTON
Praise, in my opinion, properly and not prodigally bestowed, is one of the best resources of a nation.
ABRIDGEMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856 (4 OF 16 VOL.)VARIOUS
Here I exploit only natural resources, take only what the earth has prodigally provided.
NORTH OF FIFTY-THREEBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Now, it likes me not to cast away prodigally such rare aid given by Mother Nature to our designs.
THE FALL OF THE GRAND SARRASINWILLIAM J. FERRAR
How gratefully he receives, how prodigally he repays, the cordial appreciation of an admiring world!
MY LADY'S MONEYWILKIE COLLINS
It is not often that nature lavishes her beauty and her wealth so prodigally upon the selfsame spot.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 57, NO. 355, MAY 1845VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO PRODIGALLY

  • abundantly
  • amply
  • bountifully
  • charitably
  • copiously
  • freely
  • handsomely
  • lavishly
  • liberally
  • munificently
  • openhandedly
  • prodigally
  • profusely
  • unsparingly
  • unstintingly
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.