Splurgily

splurge

[splurj]
verb (used without object), splurged, splurging.
1.
to indulge oneself in some luxury or pleasure, especially a costly one: They splurged on a trip to Europe.
2.
to show off.
verb (used with object), splurged, splurging.
3.
to spend (money) lavishly or ostentatiously: He splurged thousands on the party.
noun
4.
an ostentatious display, especially an extravagantly expensive one.

Origin:
1820–30, Americanism; perhaps blend of splash and surge

splurgily, adverb
splurgy, adjective


4. indulgence, spree.
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splurge (splɜːdʒ)
 
n
1.  an ostentatious display, esp of wealth
2.  a bout of unrestrained extravagance
 
vb
3.  (often foll by on) to spend (money) unrestrainedly or extravagantly
 
[C19: of uncertain origin]

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splurge
1828, "ostentatious display," perhaps a blend of splash and surge. The meaning "extravagant indulgence in spending" is first recorded 1928. The verb, in this sense, is attested from 1934.
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