Definition of 'profligate'
Example sentences containing 'profligate'
CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001) THE WHITE DOVE (2001)
He was my Michel, the profligate, the pornographer, the molester of geraniums, fierce and tender lover, mine alone.SKORPION'S DEATH (2001)
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