Thesaurus / spree

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The goal is to more quickly alert customers that their accounts have been compromised, before criminals have a chance to go on spending sprees.
The shopping spree has sent sales at sporting goods stores soaring above pre-pandemic levels, according to data from the US Census Bureau.
The spending spree has helped enable Man City, once a struggling squad, to win the Premier League championship four times since Sheikh Mansour bought the team, most recently in 2019.
On the same myth-busting spree, Instagram confirmed that the way posts are arranged in user feeds is not determined by the type of accounts creators hold.
Big tech’s buying spree is already being scrutinized by the US Federal Trade Commission, the EU, and Australia’s Competition and Consumer Commission.
I exerted all my efforts to acquaint the French Government with what was passing on the Spree.
MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, COMPLETELOUIS ANTOINE FAUVELET DE BOURRIENNE
Furstenwalde is on the Spree, straight between Frankfurt and Berlin; 25 miles from the former, 35 from the latter.
We works hard for our money, and when we gets it we spend it mostly in a spree.
REDSKIN AND COW-BOYG. A. (GEORGE ALFRED) HENTY
Massa come back from hidin' and that when he starts on a cussin' spree what lasts as long as he lives.
The regular thing was to make two trips, and then lay up for a spree.

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