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Splurge  v. i.  To make a great display in any way, especially in oratory. (Slang, U.S.)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Splurge" Quotes from Famous Books



... family continued. Following upon Mr. Higginbotham's unprovoked attack, Mr. Hermann von Schmidt showed his hand. The fortunate sale of several storiettes, some humorous verse, and a few jokes gave Martin a temporary splurge of prosperity. Not only did he partially pay up his bills, but he had sufficient balance left to redeem his black suit and wheel. The latter, by virtue of a twisted crank-hanger, required repairing, and, as a matter of friendliness with his future ...
— Martin Eden • Jack London

... all the county subscribed; for, at first, the Wimples were the fashionable charity, "the Wimples were always so very respectable, you know," and Sally was such a sweet girl that really it was quite an interesting case. Mrs. Splurge forthwith began improving the minds of her girls to the extent of three full annual subscriptions for Josephine, Adelaide, and Madeline respectively; and that triplet of fair students, who, separately or conjointly, were at all times competent to the establishment ...
— The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 2, Issue 12, October, 1858 • Various

... judgment, hey? Now, look here, I won't tell you what I know and how I know it, but you can take my word that I know I do know. You plunge in copper right off, without saying a word to anybody or makin' any splurge, ...
— The Spenders - A Tale of the Third Generation • Harry Leon Wilson

... splurge," said Jimmy; "sooner or later everybody splurges—shows off! Meshach's jest spilin' with money and he must have a splurge—two hosses and a nigger. If it ain't a splurge I can't tell what ails ...
— The Entailed Hat - Or, Patty Cannon's Times • George Alfred Townsend

... freer if he'd been put through the third degree. I gets the story of his life then, with a handkerchief accomp'niment,—all about the house he's tryin' to buy through the buildin' loan, and the second-hand bubble he wants to splurge on 'cause the neighbors have got 'em, and how he was tipped off to this sure thing in Blitzen by a party that had always been a friend of his but couldn't get hold of the stuff to turn the trick himself. He put in all the fine points, even ...
— Torchy • Sewell Ford



Words linked to "Splurge" :   pampering, flaunt, consume, ware, indulging, show off, indulgence, squander, ostentate, waste, flash



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