Like some estivating desert creature, it spends the summer huddling immobile under the shelter of our counters.
Now, Stimpson spends an average of two to three hours assembling each photograph in a tiny, dark room of his West Midlands home.
These days, she spends most of her time finishing up The Sarah Silverman Program.
For now Dondi spends his days wandering the city and getting high, much to the chagrin of his mother, Karen.
Imagine she spends a lifetime stricken with nausea at the mention of his name.
Now, I am connected with a library that spends $12,000 a year for books in a country town.
Say, Myrtle, on the dead, he spends money just like a young Jew trying to be white!
He spends most of his time with Mrs. Farraday, who is a saint.
Every woman has money of her own, and spends it for jewelry.
It spends most of its life in the sea, but ascends the rivers in order to spawn, like the salmon.
"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.