squander away

squander something away

to waste something; to use up something valuable wastefully. Where is all the money I gave you last month? Did you squander it all away? Frank squandered away all his assets.
See also: away, squander
References in classic literature ?
No matter; I should like it better if it were a boy--only that its father will leave it no inheritance that he can possibly squander away.
I tell you the honest truth when I say I could squander away as many as a dozen feasts like this and never care THAT for the expense
True, large companies typically have more resources to throw at a project, however, that also means they have more resources to squander away on misguided boondoggles.
Four home draws against the division's lesser lights, teams any title hopeful should expect to beat - West Ham, Stoke, Hull City and Fulham - have seen the Reds squander away eight points that would have given the table a very different complexion.
Unless Scotland's service industry moves into the highly competitive and technological methods of improving its tourism and to the same standards of other European countries, then it will squander away its chance to become one of the world's most attractive tourist venues
If you place bets without being knowledgeable about the game, you may squander away all of your hard-earned financial resources.