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NFTs have also been criticized for their profligate energy consumption, because they depend on a lot of computer power to encrypt their tokens.
That provision has already sparked substantial controversy among congressional Republicans, who have for months denounced aid for these governments as “bailouts” for profligate Democratic lawmakers.
But Pujol senior, though wondering where the devil he had fished all that money from, did not waste it in profligate revelry.
Thus died the gay and profligate Buckingham, in the thirty-seventh year of his age.
Later, his morals grew corrupt, and he lived a profligate life until he became a convert of the Manicheans at the age of nineteen.
But he was such a profligate in his morals, that his name cannot be mentioned with anything like tolerance.
LADY BYRON VINDICATEDHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
He returned in the evenings from the haunts of vice, where he made her understand he had been, with manners so profligate!
LADY BYRON VINDICATEDHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
A profligate issue of rations—five biscuits, four ounces of sugar (instead of two or three), duff and rum again.
She had a profligate husband, whom she invited to tea every Sunday, supplying him at that time with a sum for his weekly expenses.
Who can be persuaded to believe, that he loves so degenerate and profligate a race?

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