How To Use Wasting In A Sentence

  • Life isn't a competition. It's a journey. If you spend that journey always trying to impress others, to outdo others, you're wasting your journey.
  • I've harped on about this before, but was interested in Bryan Caplan's critqiue of the Levy-Peart project: I'm going after analytical egalitarians because they're wasting their talent and energy defending the undefendable. Baffled by "Analytical Egalitarianism", Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Plus the clothes here were perfectly fine, and I wasn't wasting my money on some sleazy outfit from some swanky store just for a date.
  • We got straight down to business without wasting time on small talk.
  • But aren't we wasting breath speculating on the potential of Merlot from the FL? 2008 Harvest Report: Finger Lakes
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  • Another seemingly plausible, but impracticable scheme is feared to end up wasting the nation's energy and worsening social division.
  • The airline is clearly a wasting asset.
  • Carpathia that he has often grumbled to the officers for what he called absurd precautions in lying to and wasting his time, which he regarded as very valuable; but after hearing of the Titanic's loss he recognized that he was to some extent responsible for the speed at which she had travelled, and would never be so again. The Loss of the S. S. Titanic Its Story and Its Lessons
  • Besides, a little time-wasting never hurt anybody.
  • Why are so many cash-strapped councils wasting money on this kind of post? Times, Sunday Times
  • In one of his early sonnets, Shakespeare wittily turns such "unthrifty" wasting into economic malpractice: Me, Myself, and I
  • The storage network backbone provides connectivity for hundreds of storage and application resources without wasting costly ports to connect other switches.
  • It is part of the chairman's duty to keep each speaker to the point to avoid wasting time.
  • Oh, it's fine for her to waste food on a level I can only describe as sinful but God forbid we should be wasting light bulbs or toilet paper.
  • The original of all the cabbage tribe is the wild plant sea-colewort, which is to be found wasting whatever sweetness it may have on the desert air, on many of the cliffs of the south coast of England. The Book of Household Management
  • And it had better alleviate the situations of Hyde and my niece or you will all three have been wasting my precious time! THE LAST RAVEN
  • If the critics have ways of bringing about this changed pattern of cropping, why don't they simply do it, and stop wasting their time attacking a system that by their reckoning is a failure?
  • If you drink four smoothies a day you are wasting your time. Times, Sunday Times
  • She will host the surprise get-together tomorrow as a thank you to the victims of a fatal muscle wasting disease.
  • We didn't believe (until we were much older) in wasting time cutting and burning firewood, so I was wrapped up in my sleeping bag, and my friend was yelling across the room about getting up to go bird hunting, and that it was warmer outside than inside, and I protested from inside the protective cacoon of my bag. Big Reader Bucks from the Field & Stream Trophy Room
  • The orators of Opposition might soon have been reduced, like Philoetetes wasting his arrows upon geese at Lemnos, [Footnote: _ "Pinnigero, non armigero in corpore tela exerceantur. Memoirs of the Life of the Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan — Volume 01
  • If they dispense largesse for any other reason, they are literally wasting the money of their shareholders.
  • The meat at the base of the neck was "basted" with chambira, to prevent its wearing and wasting away by handling in the succeeding operations. Head Hunters of the Amazon: Seven Years of Exploration and Adventure
  • I figure life is a gift and I don't intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you're going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you.
  • And it had better alleviate the situations of Hyde and my niece or you will all three have been wasting my precious time! THE LAST RAVEN
  • Don't abuse the privilege of having my cell number by wasting my valuable time on this kind of footling nonsense.
  • If telling fibs and wasting taxpayers' money disbars citizens, half the politicians in Britain would be out on their ear," he says. Hugh Muir's diary
  • Political parties will be prevented from wasting milk, water, etc. which can be given to poor and needy people.
  • It is marked by weakness in the facial muscles and weakness and wasting of the shoulders and upper arms.
  • He takes proper angles to the ball, not wasting any steps, and delivers a powerful blow when he gets there.
  • Was there any point in even wasting her breath trying to convince him?
  • I've also learned that there's no need to flush the toilet after peeing - it's just wasting water.
  • Life isn't a competition. It's a journey. If you spend that journey always trying to impress others, to outdo others, you're wasting your journey.
  • This regulator has failed the Irish aviation industry and is wasting taxpayers' money doing diddly-squat.
  • It is just that I can no longer tolerate the time-wasting and silly game-playing that characterise local government.
  • One of the drugs is already in late-stage human trials for other purposes, and the mouse experiments raise hopes for new strategies to protect people against obesity, diabetes and muscle-wasting diseases such as muscular dystrophy. Too Good To Be True? Instead Of Exercise, Just Take This Pill | Disinformation
  • They complain at wasting money on good seats for an execution which has not taken place. WHEN SCOTLAND RULED THE WORLD: The Story of the Golden Age of Genius, Creativity and Exploration
  • I figure life is a gift and I don't intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you're going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you.
  • And yesterday, she had chided Helena for wasting a holiday and setting off on a wild-goose chase. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • $250 million is a substantial amount of hard cash to be wasting, but neither candidate will step down lest he lose any potential advantage.
  • Football matches are spoilt by time wasting. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wine is sometimes classed as a wasting asset. Times, Sunday Times
  • Making good use of time does not guarantee success, but wasting time definitely kills the chance to be successful. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • Many HIV positive gay men don't want to go to clubs because visible side effects of antiretroviral drugs like lipodystrophy (muscle wasting), lipoatrophy (facial wasting) and the "buffalo hump" (irregular fat deposits in the body) cause them to be singled out and ridiculed. WN.com - Financial News
  • Babe, why are you wasting your time with an assistant to a deputy secretary, when you could be with me, a deputy assistant undersecretary?
  • _The symptoms_ are of a general character, such as emaciation, weakness, wasting of muscles and lameness. Common Diseases of Farm Animals
  • It will save the student from wasting his time in exercises.
  • I have to be reassured by my wife that I am not wasting away, a bit like ‘does my bum look big in this?’
  • Just save those arguments for when they're really needed, rather than wasting them on the little things, like whether or not you spell "cabby" with a y. seanan_mcguire: Write! Right? Fifty MORE thoughts on writing.
  • Doing Tracey for wasting police time for ringing up about her stollen radio again after being warned that her sister taking it into her bedroom was NOT theft. The Italian Job « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • No eternal reward will forgive us now for wasting the dawn. Jim Morrison 
  • Kayla mentally cursed at her stupidity at wasting such a great opportunity.
  • If time be of all things the most precious, wasting of time must be the greatest prodigality. 
  • I had a 26-inch IC barrel for pheasant, and I provided entertainment for zig-zagging doves by wasting a few boxes in "antiaircraft fire", but the best I ever shot at the skeet range was 19 out of 25 with a borrowed Franchi O/U 20 gauge! Feathers vs Clay
  • He's wasting away, and there's nothing the healers can do.
  • Life isn't a competition. It's a journey. If you spend that journey always trying to impress others, to outdo others, you're wasting your journey.
  • It is part of the chairman's duty to keep each speaker to the point to avoid wasting time.
  • The IMF says the currency, the kwacha, is overvalued and that the government is wasting thin currency reserves to defend it. Spat With Donor Nations Leaves Malawi in a Pinch
  • Furthermore, the process by which the rights of a patent are exercised is costly, damaging, and net-net ends up wasting, in my estimation, much more energy that could otherwise be put into more essential or meaningful pursuits. And the monopoly goes to… | FactoryCity
  • Compare "leanness," that is, wasting destruction (Isa 10: 16) [Maurer]. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Dagano was denied again by the goalkeeper as Angola, who resorted to blatant time-wasting, were forced to defend desperately. Mateus and Manucho score as Angola see off Burkina Faso
  • Do not punish yourself by wasting your time. Do not undermine yourself by surrendering to your negative habits. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • A great way to stay abreast of news without wasting too much time. The Sun
  • No point wasting money on undeliverable recommendations. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thanks to the tireless enforcers of Darwinian purity necessary and time wasting efforts of actual hard working scientists responding to an unconscionable attack on honest scholarship by a sine nobilis, bibliolatrous bunch of cultural miscreants. No more coffee for Mr Witt - The Panda's Thumb
  • And Obama has pushed Congress to hand more money to a failed industry that is efficient and reliable only in wasting billions of public dollars. Harvey Wasserman: A Solar Victory and Military Defeat at the White House
  • Walking is better than crawling in slow traffic, wasting fuel and adding to air pollution.
  • That way you can visit the off licence, the sweet shop and the chippie without wasting energy.
  • She will host the surprise get-together tomorrow as a thank you to the victims of a fatal muscle wasting disease.
  • He moves on, never wasting a nanosecond.
  • Sorry if I'm just being a worryguts and wasting anyone's time; any comments to put my mind at ease would be gratefully received.
  • Danish referee Kim Nielsen immediately produced the red card, indicating that Delgado, who was booked earlier for time-wasting, had dived.
  • It was launched barely a week ago, but already it is the go-to place for wasting time on the internet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Send a mission to Mercury and you risk frying it with solar radiation or wasting tremendous amounts of fuel to correct against the influence of solar gravity.
  • It's nice to know that in an age of 500 billion dollar deficits, this is what our elected leaders are wasting their time on.
  • The couple were each jailed for nine months on Friday after admitting wasting police time. Times, Sunday Times
  • It'd be frothing about Uncle Ken wasting more of your money, especially as high-class Standard readers never catch the things anyway.
  • Apparently I was wasting time that I could have been spending in the pub – I wish I had known that at the time on January 24, 2010 at 3: 07 pm buster as a probationer I wnt to a body hanging in a tree in a wooded area early January, the winter had stripped all leaves and greenery from the trees and it looked spooky a body silhouted against a grey sky. The Love Shack, Baby. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • The boss told him " Quit wasting time! Fish or cut bait.
  • The answer turned out to be aluminum, which would bring its own raw materials with it -- bauxite from the tropics, cryolite from Greenland, petroleum coke from Texas, and would require from the Saguenay only its wasting water power and a tidewater port for the entrance of its supplies. Building Frontiers with Aluminum
  • What could be wrong with this non-carcinogenic, non-resource-wasting joy?
  • Wine is sometimes - but not always - classed as a wasting asset. Times, Sunday Times
  • Since it's now 11 pm, I'm a bit piqued at wasting an entire evening.
  • I got bored with extravagance, the time wasting and delaying, the speeches that were so horrendously long… it was enough to make any real person want to sleep for an eternity.
  • Imagine wasting half your lifetime watching that cack.
  • That they were not merely wasting their time, but were in fact bonkers, is now something we accept as a sine qua non of the market economy and is the direct legacy of Margaret Thatcher’s brutal lessons of the 1980s (one of her outstanding and, one hopes, everlasting, achievements) which threw all such notions of State control out of the window. Labour's Daemons Return?
  • You might have a genius idea, but if you don't present it well, you're wasting your time.
  • Zhang complained that the British were wasting time, received a sermon from the umpire, and then supervised some time-wasting of his own in an attempt to wrest back the initiative.
  • On the scale of favourite things to do as a means of wasting time, online personality tests come out very near the top.
  • I like to say that I am not WASTING trillions of dollars to go to the health care industry while they get ricker and laughing all the way to the bank. Obama mentions agreement for experts' panel to study Medicare waste
  • Another refreshing aspect to Briggs output is that in a field dominated by books the size of a telephone directory, Briggs prefers to publish compact and unpadded works that tell the story without wasting the readers time. Authors I Enjoy - Briggs, Patricia | Solar Flare: Science Fiction News
  • It is cold and I am wasting time sitting at the bus station, waiting for my damn connection.
  • The ambulance guys thanked me for being diligent and my anxiety about wasting their time was lessened.
  • Do not punish yourself by wasting your time. Do not undermine yourself by surrendering to your negative habits. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • We're wasting valuable time, time we can ill afford.
  • In _The boy wasting his time does not study_, the words _wasting his time_ form an adjective phrase modifying _boy_. Latin for Beginners
  • They had to endure almost constant second half pressure, wasting countless opportunities to ease the nail-biting tension and, quite frankly, inviting trouble.
  • She lived, meanwhile, wholly shut up from all company, consigned to penitence for her indiscretions, to grief for the fate of her sister, and to wasting regret of her own causelessly lost felicity. Camilla
  • Once on the scene, L.A. officers took control, got the information they needed, and returned to the road as fast as possible, wasting no time schmoozing with the citizenry.
  • Just like the Austrians, I'm going after analytical egalitarians because they're wasting their talent and energy defending the undefendable. Baffled by "Analytical Egalitarianism", Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • If time be of all things the most precious, wasting of time must be the greatest prodigality. 
  • If time be of all things the most precious, wasting of time must be the greatest prodigality. 
  • In fact, teacher research is essential if students are to avoid wasting valuable time randomly paging through books on art.
  • I think she is wasting what once was a great talent.
  • The appliances in connection with mining and metallurgy include a five-stamp battery, Blake crusher, automatic machine jigs, an engine pulverizer, a Root and a Sturtevant blower, with blast reverberating, wasting, cupellation, and fusion furnaces, and all other means for reducing ores. Scientific American Supplement, No. 446, July 19, 1884
  • In a plea bargain, he was given a conditional discharge after admitting wasting police time last year. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was launched barely a week ago, but already it is the go-to place for wasting time on the internet. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you'd got on with your work instead of wasting time chatting, you'd be finished by now.
  • If you're using a shotgun at short range you'll generally score a hit, but with a handgun at long range you end up wasting ammo more than anything else.
  • ‘Look at the suns, they are wasting in the sky,’ Magdalena said, alarm coloring her voice.
  • If the auditor finds against officers and councillors involved in the failed theme park deal, he could surcharge them for wasting tax-payers' money.
  • We will have to feed you up Juliet you are quite wasting away
  • Without wasting a second he forced the blade of the knife against my throat and pushed as hard as he could without breaking the skin.
  • And it had better alleviate the situations of Hyde and my niece or you will all three have been wasting my precious time! THE LAST RAVEN
  • Hampton had to survive a nervy six minutes of added time (presumably for time wasting, substitutions etc) before being able to celebrate an Easter cup final appearance.
  • Not mistiming any tackles, rarely wasting the ball and never stopping running, we could have done with four Coles in midfield.
  • i read the cnn website everyday and theres is articles about the president killing a fly or wear a red shirt this has to stop. i live in canada and do u think i really care when stephen harper uses the washroom at a mcdonalds please stop wasting your time on these retarded obama updates on his attempts of having a lilttle bit of normalicy in his life .... Obama and daughters visit frozen custard shop
  • All TV stations specialize in time wasting.
  • This is time-wasting for the police, and the witness often feels that the system is letting them down.
  • Maxine Lee, 39, died of meningitis, but a wasting syndrome called "cachexia" contributed to the death, according to the death certificate. Breaking News: CBS News
  • She suffers from a little-known muscle-wasting disease.
  • Life isn't a competition. It's a journey. If you spend that journey always trying to impress others, to outdo others, you're wasting your journey.
  • If you drink four smoothies a day you are wasting your time. Times, Sunday Times
  • Angola keeper Ricardo is booked for time-wasting.
  • Can't we find somebody with a wasting disease. The Sun
  • The little minx only writes him once every fortnight, wasting postage and the money on the paper, but of course he is supporting her.
  • He looks down on himself as an old worthless man that's wasting away his last few years.
  • Why are you wasting your time watching a stupid soap opera?
  • If time be of all things the most precious, wasting of time must be the greatest prodigality. 
  • Obama isn't wasting any time in gutting our national defense. Potential 2012 candidates knock Obama on missile defense
  • She would have written me off as a time-wasting nut.
  • The earth's remaining wilderness would be in even greater danger if the opening of northern markets were to create a financial incentive for developing nations to replace forests, savannas and wetlands with land-wasting peasant farms.
  • “Ah! my dear, I am afraid you and your monk are wasting your powder,” said Prince Andrew banteringly yet tenderly. War and Peace
  • He could always do something useful instead of wasting my time with footling queries.
  • Without wasting time to botanise, Gibson pushed his way into the centre of the little forest. The Sands of Mars
  • You're missing the point ... why would a Progressive group bother wasting money to right-wing trogs that watch Fox??? Big Third-Party Dem Group Airs First Ad Attacking McCain
  • We discovered that we all had a horror of wasting food, and would finish a dish rather than throw it in the bin.
  • A plaintiff with a serious grievance will send a writ without wasting time posturing first. Times, Sunday Times
  • By the time the interim came to an end, we struggled with too much daydreaming and time wasting. Christianity Today
  • You are methodical and orderly, solving problems logically, and wasting little time on superficial matters.
  • Do not punish yourself by wasting your time. Do not undermine yourself by surrendering to your negative habits. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • It will save the student from wasting his time in exercises.
  • That cleanup is going to take decades and your few dollars that you spent wasting your time, could have gone to help protect our southern coastline. Five Reasons Not To See Twilight Eclipse | myFiveBest
  • [2] Senator John McCain denounced the House Armed Services Committee for wasting resources in the Defense appropriations bill. Archive 2007-01-01
  • It’s sheer thumbing-your-nose perversity that the neocons are greeting him as a hero after wasting our taxpayer dollars buying his ‘Curveball’ misintelligence that BushCo used to get us into a war that didn’t need to be fought. Think Progress » Durbin: Don’t Be Surprised If “The Chalabi Motorcade Speeds Up When They Pass the Department of Justice”
  • Medical experts yesterday expressed amazement that a trained cardiologist could have made such an error, potentially wasting vital minutes. The Sun
  • This is again a tribute to the producer's ability to involve the youth in something other than aimless time wasting or even worse.
  • It was dinned into us that wasting water was sinful.
  • This wasting away in the trenches, you don't think it's a bit unbecoming ? THE BRONZE HORSEMAN
  • It was only after wasting a year's worth of boarding school education that I made the semiconscious decision to start painting my lungs with powder and devouring my academics.
  • Wasting of the thenar muscle occurs in under 10% of cases.
  • There is no point wasting time moaning about this but put your energies into finding a way around it and solving the problem. Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business
  • I don't approve of wasting time.
  • Dibble was booked - and then escaped any punishment for time-wasting when he picked up the ball to prevent City taking a quick corner and ran back towards his goal with it.
  • But yet not wasting a syllable in perfectly formed, discrete comic observations that always engage with the world we live in. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Dave,’ we said, ‘You're wasting your money on the nags, you'll end up in mounds of debt.’
  • Aunt Mimi was always on his back about him "wasting time playing that silly guitar".
  • Until now, the latest information on chronic wasting disease suggested that the malady is passed only via direct contact between deer. Wasting Disease News Flash: Deer can get disease from the dirt
  • Instead of wasting time colouring in logos in black you could be doing volunteer work.
  • But how many of us are wasting out lives tearing strip bandages when what the Boss really needs are sheets?
  • Their finding could lead to new treatments for muscle wasting in humans(sentence dictionary), or ways to conserve muscle tissue during space flight.
  • Involuntary weight loss can lead to muscle wasting, decreased immunocompetence, depression and an increased rate of disease complications.
  • She says I should stop wasting my time entertaining low-rent celebs and should stick to reading improving books.
  • He lights a cigarette, and as the song plays on the radio, he questions his life - Was his daddy right, is he wasting his life?
  • But before he can do that, Emily, who has been wasting away--criminy, it's a nineteenth-century novel; what did you expect? Protestant Truths and Roman Catholic Errors: Part II of II
  • Bruce Wayne could do more to help Gotham if he stopped wasting time in the Batman suit and focused on deploying his business and philanthropical assets more effectively. Matthew Yglesias » Getting To “Yes”
  • I figure life is a gift and I don't intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you're going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you.
  • Two Disney shareholder lawsuits were filed against the current and former directors of the company, charging them with wasting corporate assets.
  • The American would get low marks for his opening play in the King's Indian defense, wasting time and allowing Anand free advance on the queenside. Lubomir Kavalek: The Great London Chess Debate
  • Gain control over the ever-increasing flood of time-wasting e-mail appearing in your in-box.
  • Not wasting a moment, their advance party—Wolf, Mao, and five Chinese paratroopers—abseiled down the face of the now-exposed cliff, until they eventually landed on wet sand, right in front of the massive stone entry doorway. THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS
  • After wasting 4.50 on a pie, the last thing you want is the thermo-nuclear filling on your hands. The Sun
  • The second, a wasting contagion, produces an entropic narrative of slow dying, finally petering away into ignominious extinction.
  • Although the idea of him slowly wasting away painfully is more appealing to me. Balloon Juice » 2004 » October
  • In more than 80 cases now, she has seen thalidomide stop the wasting process that emaciates TB and AIDS sufferers alike. A 'Bad' Drug May Turn Out To Do Good
  • Do some cultures display a greater tolerance of time-wasting? T is for Time « An A-Z of ELT
  • He said: ‘The inconvenience and time-wasting this causes is ridiculous - it's almost cheaper to go private.’
  • We'll help to ease your burden without you needing a timewasting, unenforceable super-injunction. The Sun
  • I was, however, astonished by the Conservative candidate's comments about my wasting a £500 deposit on the election.
  • Without wasting time, the food was shared out between the strongest and everyone began to march quickly.
  • If time be of all things the most precious, wasting of time must be the greatest prodigality. 
  • He's way too valuable to be wasting him on a title JSA Classified that DC is canceling with this issue. Judging (DC’s June) Books By Their Covers | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources
  • I figure life is a gift and I don't intend on wasting it. You never know what hand you're going to get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you.
  • How fortunate we are that someone is teaching this as opposed to foolishly wasting time teaching how to obtain and keep gainful employment.
  • So Republicans would be wasting their time trying to woo these voters. Times, Sunday Times
  • Imagine, an almost god-like blue penis who can: increase in size split image multi-task read his past and future teleport to anywhere in the universe stay in non-air atmosphere create protective-shields move objects probe human minds immaterialize himself destroy matter shoot ligtning anti-gravity also smart and intelligent can neither lead nor satisfy his wife unable to stay faithful to his woman cannot solve the world's problem with his power unable to stop or at least delay the cold war never even try to do something cannot handle his own emotions well has nothing better to cry than his own wife's cancer / accusations dare not face the reporters and public then betrays to kill his good friend who sided with him and used to fight with him cannot choose between proper right and wrong almost becoming a wimp hiding away in another planet wasting time away when people asking him for help had to rely on pretending to be the world's bad guy saving the world in his own convenient way he definitely fails as a hero then again, we know the Cold War ended without any nukes fired so the so-called "general good of man-kind" of killing millions to save billions is to serve what purpose other than evil itself? ya you may tell me the story was written during the cold war so the ending was an imaginative end to it but then as an audience, a person of modern time, i feel it is outdated and unrealistic about its ending, same feeling as watching War of the Worlds where the super-intelligent aliens die of bacteria its just how i feel, well batman may suck and has no power, but at least he tried. www.hardwarezone.com.sg
  • Stop this tiresome time-wasting now. Times, Sunday Times
  • A Slashdot user posed a question: how to conclusively destroy 15-some hard-drives without spending big bucks on a degausser or wasting a lot of time waiting for DBAN to run. Boing Boing
  • The scrutinizers were subjected to an insignificant role, since scrutinized vehicles were ‘rescrutineered’ at the start line, thus wasting time and creating precedence.
  • Whenever he was feeling surly, which was often, Bo liked to ask his wife what the hell she thought she was doing, wasting her time with all this airy-fairy, futuristic crap. The Rotation of the Earth
  • Let's stop wasting money and put it to better use building schools, hospitals and productive enterprises that will lift our people out of degrading poverty.
  • History and anthropology do not throw up many examples of poor people wasting money. Times, Sunday Times
  • The former Leicester City boss also believes that Porto's time-wasting and all-round behaviour made a mockery of UEFA's Fair Play campaign.
  • He fetched the keys from his pocket, grabbing them and ripping them out quickly, wasting no time.
  • P.S. – The Carmichaels of Rosscraig are just ruined with feasting and wasting, and their place is to be sold and everything roupit – a sair downcome for their name. Kirsteen: The Story of a Scotch Family Seventy Years Ago
  • Penalty corners must be taken within 45 seconds to stop time-wasting. Times, Sunday Times
  • They won't always fight; sometimes they run away very meek; the best way to kill'em is to put a ball in the eye, sir; thar's no use in wasting shot in a 'gaiter's hide. The Great South; A Record of Journeys in Louisiana, Texas, the Indian Territory, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland
  • They proceed to unleash the monsters across the globe, who do what comes naturally, and start wasting cities.
  • He very convincingly portrayed a man struggling against a disease that meant he was wasting away in order to get something of extreme importance done.
  • The federal Liberals have taken wasting the public's money to a whole new level.

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