The older we become, the more time we tend to spend with people like ourselves.
Not, of course, if you have $487 to spend on the record-setting price tag attached to a premium orchestra seat.
But there are worse glossy cartoons, and worse TV ensembles to spend thirty late-night minutes with.
I guess God wants my dad to spend the rest of his life being alone.
And some of the things he did spend time on seemed just inconceivable decisions.
He had never been seen to spend a penny, unless it was to save twopence.
I'll spend no time belly-aching but I'll stand up to this like a man.
I would seek but leave, and withal grace, to spend my love upon Him.
I suppose you spend half your days in those woods in summer.
But, whether they liked it or not, the Stonewalls were condemned to spend most of that day in their drains.
"to pay out or away" (money or wealth), Old English -spendan (in forspendan "use up"), from Latin expendere "to weigh out money, pay down" (see expend). A general Germanic borrowing (cf. Old High German spendon, German and Middle Dutch spenden, Old Norse spenna). In reference to labor, thoughts, time, etc., attested from c.1300.