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use "profligacy" in a sentence

Some of those resulted from creeping inflation and the decreasing purchasing power of the royal income, Croft, p 69. but James's profligacy and financial incompetence substantially contributed to the mounting debt.

This profligacy with life seems incredible to Western eyes, but was not unremarkable
depending on availability of space, if possible with someone who is proficient in the other official language.

Web designers do well to study and become proficient at removing competitive device and software markup so that web pages display as they are coded to display.

An instructor is proficient in the material and may or may not have participated in gatherings.

They require a good level of expertise to paddle well, but are extremely fast in the hands of proficient users.

A proficient martial artist mostly in Judo, Souichirou is still not a master.

Margo developed a knack for learning languages and would eventually master six languages and become proficient in several others.

The royalty of this dynasty were noted composers and proficient in playing musical instruments both solo and in concert with others.

Phyla also has cosmic awareness and is a proficient fighter.

They became so proficient at these endeavours other clans would pay them not to steal their cattle as they exhausted other means of stopping them.

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