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Then caused the King his banner Land-waster to be borne aloft, and Fridrek was the man hight who bore the banner.
THE SAGAS OF OLAF TRYGGVASON AND OF HARALD THE TYRANT (HARALD HAARDRAADE)SNORRI STURLUSON
But it becomes intolerable to that waster who, though not desiring 154 genuine occupation, desires genuine sensation.
THE WOMEN OF TOMORROWWILLIAM HARD
I have described her as a waster of food when her larva is established, according to custom, in the cell of the Mason-bee.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
For the horses of K3 were certainly quite wonderful, and Snatty was undoubtedly a "waster."
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
Inside, he found the waster interestedly poking with his stick at a roundish object on the floor.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
Five minutes later a key rattled in the door and Cassidy entered, followed by the waster.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
"White of an egg, delicate but nourishing after bachelor dinners," said the waster expertly.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
"You've had one too many," declared the waster, knowing that no sober man could speak thus of the sport of kings.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
He discovered a bathroom adjoining and was presently suffering the celestial agonies of a cold bath with no waster to coerce him.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
The next thief or time-waster is inordinate adorning of the body.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
JULY 28, 2021
Choose the synonym for explosive
volatile

WORDS RELATED TO WASTER

  • debauchees
  • degenerates
  • dissipaters
  • good-for-nothings
  • lechers
  • libertines
  • nighthawks
  • no-goods
  • old goats
  • operators
  • prodigals
  • rakes
  • reprobates
  • roués
  • swingers
  • wasters
  • wastrels
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