Prodigal in a sentence

Use Prodigal in a sentence

Prodigal meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [adjective] wasteful; extravagant;

The rich mas has living a prodigal lifestyle.

Mike, prodigal man, spent all his salary the minute he got it.

The prodigal prince wanted to build a big castle while people were very poor.

The king held a great prodigal feast for all his people.

Nature has been so prodigal of her bounty —H. T. Buckle (meaning. abundantly)

Congress has been wisely prodigal of resources.

The prodigal use of antibiotics in animals has the same consequence as their over-prescription for human beings.

His love was absolutely extravagant and prodigal.

The prodigal son had returned to Parkhead.