Not, of course, if you have $487 to spend on the record-setting price tag attached to a premium orchestra seat.
If Hagel is confirmed but roughed up in the process, the administration will be forced to spend valuable capital.
So why are he and his family—nice, sane people—willing to spend months on the campaign trail?
I felt there were a lot of ways that I could spend the stub end of my life cycle that were more productive.
He is expected to spend the next few days closeted with lawyers and advisers at his home, Royal Lodge, in Windsor Great Park.
He had never been seen to spend a penny, unless it was to save twopence.
Men who take from the poor daily interest for a drachma, and spend it in debauchery.
I would seek but leave, and withal grace, to spend my love upon Him.
He ran over in his mind the friends with whom he could spend the time agreeably.
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.