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Nowadays, at twenty-five, tears have become so rare a thing that they are not to be squandered indiscriminately.
CAMILLE (LA DAME AUX CAMILIAS)ALEXANDRE DUMAS, FILS
Besides this, you have squandered five hundred gulden of your own money, without reckoning what is yet to be spent.
In his past life there was much to grieve over—time thrown away, opportunities laughed at, money squandered.
But we are concerned to see that the National resources are not squandered for private gain, if our best efforts can prevent it.
But, having done so, she was entitled to squander her thousands without remorse,—and she squandered them.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
He had squandered his Fortunatus' purse of power and, like all spendthrifts, he was forced to go to the usurers.
These were the real drains on that fortune that the world thought wasted and squandered in extravagance.
BARRINGTONCHARLES JAMES LEVER
I lament to see qualities, rare and valuable, squandered away without any public utility.
And why had she never acquired an atom of knowledge in her wasted days, in her squandered, empty years.
THE LATER LIFELOUIS COUPERUS
As soon as their pittance came in it was squandered in drink; and then they quarreled, and even fought.

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