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Example sentences for Prodigal

It was not a prodigal's return to neoconservatism, from one simplicity to another.
They left others to gather up the flowers which they scattered with a prodigal hand.
At a garden party the food is often much more prodigal than at a tea in town.
The future of the city is, in great measure, in the hands of these prodigal sons and daughters.
She had been prodigal of all her resources, money and energy and imaginative stratagems and loving kindness.
The advanced system installed at the centralized location speeds up processing by relying on a computer's prodigal memory.

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