Noun(1) an ostentatious display (of effort or extravagance etc.(2) any act of immoderate indulgence
Verb(1) indulge oneself(2) be showy or ostentatious
(1) there has recently been a splurge of teach-yourself books(2) the annual pre-Christmas splurge(3) That was a first-night splurge with friends, but most of the food we'll eat will be simple and as authentic as possible and that usually means inexpensive.(4) Now, they're ready to relax and splurge on luxury cars, jewelry, cruises and the trips they've always wanted.(5) You also get the impression that these new shoes are something of a splurge for Gilbert, who puts them on right away (the shoes become a more important motif later in the film).(6) Founded in 1947, the retailer went on one of the biggest expansion splurges in fashion history between 1999 and 2002, more than doubling its turnover and opening over 300 new shops.(7) This is the place to go for the mother of all splurges .(8) Of course, once you've chopped your premiums, what could happen is that the money you've saved gets absorbed into your household expenses, or splurged on trivial spending.(9) If you need to track your spending for a while to see where you're splurging money, do so - but this isn't vital.(10) ├ö├ç├┐That is why it splurges millions of taxpayers' money on consultants every year to tell it what to do,├ö├ç├û he said.(11) Just before Xmas, I splurged on a couple of laptops for me and my significant other to play games together and price-wise, they weren't too expensive.(12) Have you splurged on anything since you became the website representative?(13) Therefore, if you use a fee-charging ATM twice a week, you're splurging Ôö¼├║130 or more every year.(14) My first night away from home I splurged and checked into this swanky hotel downtown, where everything seemed to be covered in plush red velvet.(15) Since the second half of 1998, we've borrowed, coincidentally, another Ôö¼├║187 billion against our homes, which we then splurged on high living!(16) But apparently the owner, Miranda Normandy, is like this centillionaire who doesn't mind splurging her money on the boarding school.
1. binge ::
2. orgy ::
3. fling ::
Different Formssplurge, splurged, splurges, splurging
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