use profligate in a sentence.
If you have dozen of cars or dozens of houses, I would think you are being just as excessive and profligate as tptacek thinks you would be with dozens of fonts.
I ask because, with the exception of Greece, the governments of countries in the Euro zone's periphery were not profligate prior to the crisis.
Greece was profligate, openly cooking the books since at least 2002 () whereas Ireland was doing the noble thing by imposing austere measures on itself.
Beta 5 is certainly faster and less memory-profligate than 2.
That said, if Chrome provided some equivalent of Live Bookmarks, I'd reconcile myself to the profligate process spwaning.
Oh, of course I agree you should not be profligate.
Greece (and Spain, and Italy, etc) spend profligately, Germany is asked to bail them out yet again...
What the greater storage allows for me is to be more profligate in my usage of it.
It's not a loss center per se, but profligate treatment of company resources, to an extent, reflects poorly on other aspects of the business.
Austerity is something the government should be practicing in the good times, instead of blowing everything on profligate rubbish.
Yes "profligate Republican spending" was horrible.
Relative to other states, SC has a slightly below-average state payroll, and seems to be criticized more for not providing enough services than for being profligate.