a person who spends possessions or money extravagantly or wastefully; prodigal.
wastefully extravagant; prodigal.
a person who spends money in an extravagant manner
(usually prenominal) of or like a spendthrift: spendthrift economies
noun, Law. 1. a trust that provides a fund for a beneficiary, as a minor, with the title vested so that the fund or its income cannot be claimed by others, as creditors of the beneficiary.
noun 1. Philipp Jakob [fee-leep yah-kawp] /ˈfi lip ˈyɑ kɔp/ (Show IPA), 1635–1705, German theologian: founder of Pietism.
noun 1. Oswald [oz-wawld;; German aws-vahlt] /ˈɒz wɔld;; German ˈɔs vɑlt/ (Show IPA), 1880–1936, German philosopher. noun 1. Oswald (ˈɔsvalt). 1880–1936, German philosopher of history, noted for The Decline of the West (1918–22), which argues that civilizations go through natural cycles of growth and decay
noun 1. Edmund, c1552–99, English poet. noun 1. Edmund. ?1552–99, English poet celebrated for The Faerie Queene (1590; 1596), an allegorical romance. His other verse includes the collection of eclogues The Shephearde’s Calendar (1579) and the marriage poem Epithalamion (1594)