He looked as though he bore on his bent shoulders the weight of all the ill-spent lives in Christendom.
The wicked deeds of an ill-spent life were rising before them.
The morning that you gave to one of the most typical of the towers has not been ill-spent.
The memory of all that ill-spent time in the Venusburg rushed upon him.
Her husband was begging for one more shilling to waste—worse than waste—to close an ill-spent day.
Negatur; unless the man's life has been ill-spent—which, by the by, it generally has.
I went home feeling that my evening had been ill-spent, and yet I was not sure.
I sent my father to China for seven years to find it, and I'm sure you will agree that my father has not lived an ill-spent life.'
"It would be a fitting conclusion to their ill-spent lives," agreed Wei Chang.
They would talk about their mothers and sweethearts and eventually drift back on their ill-spent lives.