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prodigality

[prod-i-gal-i-tee]
noun, plural prodigalities for 2, 3.
1.
the quality or fact of being prodigal; wasteful extravagance in spending.
2.
an instance of it.
3.
lavish abundance.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English prodigalite < Latin prōdigālitās wastefulness, equivalent to prōdig(us) extravagant + -āl(is) -al1 + -itās -ity

prodigality, profligacy.
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prodigality

noun
1. the trait of spending extravagantly [syn: extravagance
2. excessive spending [syn: extravagance
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