spendthrift sätze

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Spendthrift sätze (in englisch)

1. Don’t be a spendthrift.
2. She has never been a spendthrift.
3. I'm a goddam spendthrift at heart.
4. Easily by those careless spendthrift lost lovers.
5. You must not be spendthrift, for example, but you have.
6. As you say, he seemed to be a ruler, but was only a spendthrift.
7. At the same time he was more of a carouser and spendthrift than ever.
8. Near Aldborough house Father Conmee thought of that spendthrift nobleman.
9. All that would please her—he gathered that from her spendthrift habits.
10. Beyond it the hills were dark against a spendthrift splendour of daffodil and crimson.
11. No, I never believed myself to be a hoarder; in fact, I knew only too well that I was a spendthrift.
12. She was practical, and he seemed to her to be an absurd spendthrift of these qualities which made him so valuable.
13. Moreover, contrary to my dreadful reputation of a spendthrift, believe me I have not been doing too badly, financially speaking.
14. Through Gromel I've corrupted a spendthrift officer of that guard, and bribed him to lead his men away from the king's door at midnight.
15. You, my little countess, are a notorious spendthrift, said the count, and having kissed his wife’s hand he went back to his study.
16. After all, the accumulated millions with a miser add up to zero, and likewise, the moolah with a spendthrift comes to naught in the end.
17. This practice is, in most cases, the expedient of a spendthrift, who, for a sum of ready money sells a future revenue of much greater value.
18. He is a spendthrift, and there are fifty-four thousand acres of land! he said with particular pride, as if he had himself made all these acres.
19. The more they have the more they want in a never ending race to be more spendthrift, more banal, more wasteful, more artificial and less useful than any other woman in history.
20. The prestige of his outlandish voracity, of his immense capacity as a spendthrift, of his unprecedented hospitality went be-yond the borders of the swamp and attracted the best-qualified gluttons from all along the coast.
21. The tender mother cannot _lawfully_ snatch from the gripe of the gambling spendthrift, or beastly drunkard, unmindful of his offspring, the fortune which falls to her by chance; or (so flagrant is the injustice) what she earns by her own.
22. Like an improvident spendthrift, whose pressing occasions will not allow him to wait for the regular payment of his revenue, the state is in the constant practice of borrowing of its own factors and agents, and of paying interest for the use of its own money.
23. As soon as these dire magicians and tyrant-makers find that they are losing their hold on him, they contrive to implant in him a master passion, to be lord over his idle and spendthrift lusts--a sort of monstrous winged drone--that is the only image which will adequately describe him.
24. Another ain't, who ain't an ain't anymore, but rather identifies herself with a simple paper heart and the modest declaration cursively scripted inside – my vocation, fills the offered bags with more gifts the generous, spendthrift, and needy, who have gathered together, have given.
25. His family consisted of a vulgar, irritable wife, who wrangled with him continually over every petty detail, a son, a ne’er-do-well, spendthrift and roue—yet a gentleman, according to his father’s code, two daughters, of whom the elder had married well, and was living in St.
26. But think again: In his wealthy days, while he was spending his money, was a man of this sort a whit more good to the State for the purposes of citizenship? Or did he only seem to be a member of the ruling body, although in truth he was neither ruler nor subject, but just a spendthrift?
27. The interest of money is always a derivative revenue, which, if it is not paid from the profit which is made by the use of the money, must be paid from some other source of revenue, unless perhaps the borrower is a spendthrift, who contracts a second debt in order to pay the interest of the first.
28. Whether it was the “captain's” excited face, or the foolish conviction of the “rake and spendthrift,” that he, Samsonov, could be taken in by such a cock-and-bull story as his scheme, or his jealousy of Grushenka, in whose name this “scapegrace” had rushed in on him with such a tale to get money which worked on the old man, I can't tell.
29. Bahorel was a good-natured mortal, who kept bad company, brave, a spendthrift, prodigal, and to the verge of generosity, talkative, and at times eloquent, bold to the verge of effrontery; the best fellow possible; he had daring waistcoats, and scarlet opinions; a wholesale blusterer, that is to say, loving nothing so much as a quarrel, unless it were an uprising; and nothing so much as an uprising, unless it were a revolution; always ready to smash a window-pane, then to tear up the pavement, then to demolish a government, just to see the effect of it; a student in his eleventh year.
30. And then this 'should' is like a spendthrift sigh,.

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