unthrifty, un-thrif′ti, adj. not thrifty: without thriftiness.
Thomas Kilby was an unthrifty, and rather whimsical, gentleman.
But the best 293of officials could do little to help the unthrifty king.
No; its 'Urn' is not only 'unthrifty,' but its 'Source' is unfruitful.
Do not think lightly of a butternut tree just because it looks small and unthrifty.
Next comes a sledge, laden with wood for some unthrifty housekeeper, whom winter has surprised at a cold hearth.
On the other hand, their responsibility was strictly personal, and unthrifty wardens were removed from office.
The remainder is just ragged, unthrifty sand hills, to-day pegged down by houses.
She was able to save money and looked hopefully forward to a time when she could make a home for her unthrifty father.
Next comes a sledge laden with wood for some unthrifty housekeeper whom winter has surprised at a cold hearth.