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Word of the Day — July 22, 2012

July 24, 2012 - Scott Viau
Profligacy — PROF-lih-ga-see — reckless extravagance, wasteful in the use of resources

Example: "Mark Oppenheimer wrote of Frank Schaeffer's book 'Sex, Mom, & God,' in which Schaffer turns his back on his father's evangelical calling: 'To millions of Christians the Schaeffer name is royal, and Frank is the reluctant, wayward, traitorous prince. His crime is not financial profligacy, like some pastors' sons, but turning his back on Christian conservatives.'"

 
 

 

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