And others said, "He is some prodigal
who knows not the value of goods, and may be plucked by a shrewd man right closely.
For it was in fact a museum, in which an intelligent and prodigal
hand had gathered all the treasures of nature and art, with the artistic confusion which distinguishes a painter's studio.
And Nature, ever prodigal
to her lovers, repays their favours in full measure.
Monsieur shall see that upon occasion I have some left; only I beg Monsieur not to be too prodigal
of it if he wishes it to last long.
Come, then, thou regenerate man, thou extravagant prodigal
, thou awakened sleeper, thou all-powerful visionary, thou invincible millionaire, -- once again review thy past life of starvation and wretchedness, revisit the scenes where fate and misfortune conducted, and where despair received thee.
We find them, accordingly, hardy, lithe, vigorous, and active; extravagant in word, and thought, and deed; heedless of hardship; daring of danger; prodigal
of the present, and thoughtless of the future.
What she would have been had she married a harsh, envious, careless man--a profligate, a prodigal
, a drunkard, or a tyrant--is another question, and one which I once propounded to her.
The poor are always prodigal
, my child, where there is plenty, and seldom think of a provision against the morrow.
Luxuriant vegetation spread in wild profuseness over this prodigal
For Tahiti is smiling and friendly; it is like a lovely woman graciously prodigal
of her charm and beauty; and nothing can be more conciliatory than the entrance into the harbour at Papeete.
has returned," she said, holding out her hand.
This must be some prodigal
who hath sold his father's land, and would fain live merrily while the money lasts.
Have you never thought of marrying your prodigal
They were immersed in a sea of wanton, prodigal
There might be a prodigal
lover somewhere in the background, with ruin staring him in the face unless he could raise five hundred pounds.