waster

[ wey-ster ]SEE DEFINITION OF waster

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Six feet of futile clay; a waster of time, money, and opportunity.

At home he was always a waster, much of a snob, and impossible to control.

I must get hold of the waster who told the story, and hear for myself what he has to say.

Larry, the waster of life, yet the faithful, the symbol of brotherhood.

Monsieur, I am loafer, waster—what you like—for all that, poverty is my only crime.

They will soon discriminate between the waster and the deserving man.

He will have the reward of the waster, as I have told you before now.

But Jockey Mackay had been thrown back into his life's environment at sight of Waster.

Waster can trim Ding Dong to a certainty at a mile and a quarter.

Waster won all his races comin' through his horses from behind—'cause he's game.

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