waste of time

NOUN
  1. the devotion of time to a useless activity
    the waste of time could prove fatal
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How To Use waste of time In A Sentence

  • The pilot process is a monstrous waste of time and money, stunningly inefficient an you say "amortize" kids? Re-Arranging the Deck Chairs
  • In my view it was a waste of time.
  • Still, no participant publicly called the daylong exercise a waste of time. Examiner California Headlines
  • Worry is a total waste of time. It doesn't change anything. All it does is steal your joy and keep you very busy doing nothing.
  • Quite simply it is a waste of time for the buyer, seller and agent, and makes people feel duped and angry. The Sun
  • Somebody appears to have gone to an immense amount of trouble to assemble a ragbag of every kind of mumbo-jumbo and superstition; a great waste of time, in my opinion.
  • It would be a great shame and a waste of time and money if the flowers were left dry and underfed, therefore any help with maintaining them would be truly appreciated.
  • Worry is a total waste of time. It doesn't change anything. All it does is steal your joy and keep you very busy doing nothing.
  • As usual we'd left it so late that booking was a waste of time, as we found we'd been shuffled into one of the smaller screens, and the few of us in there were left to rattle around in the middle of a dozen-dozen empty seats.
  • In your case, it would be a waste of time to sue because a contract for the sale of land has to be in writing to be valid.
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