Difference between wilderness and waste
- a bewildering profusion
- (politics) a state of disfavor
- a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition
But I now understand how fragile its mighty wilderness really is.
The news orgs, by contrast, are doing this out of laziness and a hopeless addiction to portraying lefties as a kind of perennially-disappointed lost tribe who will never, ever find their way out of the wilderness.
What wilderness areas and national parks need is branded lodges and holiday homes that offer a guarantee of quality.
- lose vigor, health, or flesh, as through grief
- use inefficiently or inappropriately
- spend extravagantly
- become physically weaker
- get rid of
- useless or profitless activity; using or expending or consuming thoughtlessly or carelessly
- (law) reduction in the value of an estate caused by act or neglect
- an uninhabited wilderness that is worthless for cultivation
- any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted
- the trait of wasting resources
- located in a dismal or remote area; desolate
With the Senate gearing up for an all-consuming battle over judicial nominations, Congress has no time to waste.
They put out a plan that adds up, leaves no ox ungored and should shut up anyone who says the deficit can be contained by cutting waste, fraud, abuse and foreign aid.
(Not to be confused with what we call cookies)To serve Devon, or Cornwall clotted cream would desecrate a good southern biscuit (and be a waste of the cream really, I prefer it on saffron buns)a bit of plain cream, fresh butter, and cane syrup poured over a hot biscuit is ambrosia.