What is another word for prodigal?

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[ pɹˈɒdɪɡə͡l], [ pɹˈɒdɪɡə‍l], [ p_ɹ_ˈɒ_d_ɪ_ɡ_əl]

Related words: prodigal son, the prodigal son, a prodigal son

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    How to use "Prodigal" in context?

    When someone is called a prodigal, it means that they have gone on a spending spree, rather than using their money for what is best for them. They might have spent their money on party hosting, alcohol, or anything else that puts a burst of happiness in the moment, rather than investing in something that will last. A prodigal is somebody who has forgotten what it is like to be cautious with their money. Prodigals tend to renounce their old ways and learn how to live within their means. They might not be wealthy, but they are content with what they have.

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