waste of money

NOUN
  1. money spent for inadequate return
    the senator said that the project was a waste of money
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How To Use waste of money In A Sentence

  • The campaign has been shown to be a waste of money.
  • At best, they are a waste of money, which buys incomplete information that has no medical use. Times, Sunday Times
  • It would be a betrayal of my feelings for it - and a dreadful waste of money. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the surface, it would appear to be a colossal waste of money.
  • Some residents have condemned the work as a waste of money. Times, Sunday Times
  • Actually George C. Scott sounds a lot like an Ulster Presbyterian who has lost his faith, moved to England to make his fortune, and taken lessons from an elocutionist, only to quit halfway through the course because he decided it was a waste of money. MESSY KWEZNUZ
  • We could have both, but HSR would be a terrible waste of money. jacobus Says: Matthew Yglesias » Ride the Train
  • It would be a waste of money, and we would leave life to the weather and the fates, said Thangaraj, who had a Montblanc pen tucked in his shirt pocket, a gift from his brother, a high-paid engineer at a Mercedes-Benz showroom in northern India. Insurance Coverage Has Become an Economic Catalyst for Rural India | Impact Lab
  • Some may argue that it is a waste of money because a good seedbed needs to be created for good germination.
  • Now to some that might sound like a right royal waste of money, but when you stop to think about how much said chair will be used the cost is much easier to justify.
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