Examples of profligacy in a Sentence
a religious leader who railed against the profligacy of the nation's decadent aristocrats
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Liverpool could, perhaps should, have scored more than five, a profligacy that may prove haunting.
The Brazilians were made to pay for their profligacy in the 13th minute, as Fernandinho diverted a Nacer Chadli corner into his own net.
The visitors had started brightly, with Blagoja Ljamcevski hitting the crossbar early on, but Rangers dominated after Murphy's strike, only for their profligacy to keep their opponents in the tie.
There’s a clearer, more unnerving connection to today: the slipperiness of identity and the profligacy with the truth.
Argentina outplayed Nigeria in Ibaraki, with the 1-0 scoreline being a testament to the profligacy of goalscorer Gabriel Batistuta and the brilliance of Nigerian goalkeeper Ike Shorunmu.
Yussuf Poulsen punished their profligacy with the winner after half time and despite bringing on all-time top scorer and captain Paolo Guerrero the Incas couldn't make their dominance count.
Morocco, meanwhile, will be sorely disappointed to have not capitalized on their dominance and will regret their profligacy in front of goal.
The Weinsteins’ profligacy led to a split with Disney in 2005.
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