Examples of profligacy in a Sentence
a religious leader who railed against the profligacy of the nation's decadent aristocrats
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The hosts were almost made to pay for their profligacy two minutes later, but Edinson Cavani's clumsy finish kept them in the lead.
But the more libertarian, limited-government wing of the party generally prioritizes cutting domestic spending over boosting defense spending, and has pushed back against the February deal as allowing profligacy on all fronts.
His cure was to redouble his efforts to warn America about the perils of profligacy.
But the Houthis are far from defeated and the conflict is bleeding money and resources from a Saudi Arabia that can no longer afford limitless profligacy.
And their profligacy continued to plague them, as Perisic met Eder's immaculate cross but could only flick the ball off target.
Germany has long been reluctant or unwilling to countenance any change that could put its taxpayers on the hook for its neighbors’ profligacy.
Juventus missed other chances to extend its lead and was made to pay for its profligacy as Eriksen fired a low free kick into the bottom left corner.
That could make employers, influence networks, and ordinary people slightly more literate about the profligacy of internet companies.
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