Spree in a sentence

Definition of Spree

a time period in which you  do a lot of one specific activity

Use Spree in a sentence

He then moved on to the island of Utoeya, going on a shooting spree and killing a further 69 people.

My father borrowed a few thousand dollars from friends and took her on a shopping spree.

The scoring spree did not slow down, and Delle Donne scored 19 points in the second half.

Police say this man is suspected of stealing Young’s debit card number and going on a shopping spree.

The man had been sentenced after going on a two-year crime spree.

English had 10 points in a 15-0 spree to stake the Tigers to a 21-6 lead.

Following this attack, protesters went on an angry spree looking for the attackers and vandalized some cars.

From 2013-2014, Costa Mesa hired 31 sworn officers in the single largest hiring spree in the department’s history.

The budget I’ve been given for this shopping spree allows $2,000.

The reasons behind the killing spree are under investigation.