Profligacy and Squander

Profligacy

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Profligacy noun – Immoral conduct or practices harmful or offensive to society.
Squander and profligacy are semantically related in extravagance topic. In some cases you can use "Squander" instead a noun "Profligacy", when it comes to topics like careful.
Nearby Word: profligate
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Squander

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Squander verb – To use up carelessly.
Profligacy and squander are semantically related in careful topic. Sometimes you can use "Profligacy" instead a noun "Squander".
Nearby Words: squandering, squandered, squanderer
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Squander and Profligacy. (2016). Retrieved 2021, September 20, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/profligacy/squander
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