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- icing on the cake
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How to use profligacy in a sentence
If he dramatically impacts BBB, he could argue he dealt a blow to liberal profligacy while supporting it later.Democratic leaders fire a new shot at Manchin as his isolation deepens | Greg Sargent | December 20, 2021 | Washington Post
profligacy — and huge appetites for food and games of chance — ruled him.No one beats Father Time, but Phil Mickelson has shown how to extend the match | Sally Jenkins | June 17, 2021 | Washington Post
In the museum, the objects become a picture of human profligacy, dangling over you — not unlike our pending environmental doom.Baltimore exhibition of outsider art celebrates nature’s ‘excess’ with a wake-up call about pollution | Kelsey Ables | February 8, 2021 | Washington Post
Magic Leap executives consistently bristled at reports of the company’s profligacy over the years, saying rivals were actually spending more but obscuring their projects deep within massive balance sheets.Magic Leap tried to create an alternate reality. Its founder was already in one | Verne Kopytoff | September 26, 2020 | Fortune
Even those who were not already republicans wanted the royals to be more aware of how incongruous their profligacy seemed.Imagining Prince Charles as King Makes All of Britain Wish They Could Leave Like Scotland | Clive Irving | September 17, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
They remain forever vigilant that neither monetary ease nor fiscal profligacy engender inflation.
King even attributed poverty in large measure to what he considered the profligacy and laziness of African Americans.
There are also undeniable hints of Objectivism in fashions that celebrated the profligacy of the 1980s and of the pre-bust 2000s.
Otherwise, he'd have to listen to long Chinese lectures about Wall St. profligacy and play the weaker hand.
Hence immorality prevailed, and every foreigner who visited the land was shocked at the exhibition of profligacy in the streets.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. | E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
He was born a plebeian, and rose to distinction by his talents, but was ejected from the senate for his profligacy.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I | John Lord
Coupled with his fooleries and his profligacy he had much sound sense—a faculty that his son Harry wholly lacked.Court Beauties of Old Whitehall | W. R. H. Trowbridge
Its ethnology belongs to the different countries which it dignified by its valour, or dishonoured by its profligacy.The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies | Robert Gordon Latham
But we were more interested in the particular story of Mrs. Nightingale than in the general ethics of profligacy.Somehow Good | William de Morgan
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