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Spell check of prodigal

Correct spelling: prodigal

excessive, dissipated, lavish, overweening, roue, unthrifty, riotous, unconstrained, blood, luxuriant, squanderer, exuberant, dissolute, extravagant, profuse, overgenerous, unrestrained, pound-foolish, munificent, indulgent, wastrel, wasteful, too-generous, rake, opulent, superabundant, excess, debauched, big, degenerate, rakehell, unstinted, waster, improvident, careful, overflowing, unstinting, overindulgent, libertine, gluttonous, spendthrift, save, generous, overabundant, thriftless, lush, unsparing, profligate, scattergood, fast, squandering, immoderate, rip, degraded.

forehanded, careful, parsimonious, niggardly, forethoughtful, scrimping, tightfisted, spare, foreseeing, penny-pinching, closefisted, farsighted, mean, foresighted, miserly, thrifty, penurious, economical, close, conserving, pinching, sparing, wise, cheap, frugal, stingy, economizing, skimping, prudent, stinting, tight, judicious, provident, sensible.

Examples of usage:

1) Those parables which tell of obedient toil would be sadly defective, therefore, without those which speak of love and joy, a supper, a Shepherd bearing home His sheep, a prodigal whose dull expectation of hired service is changed for investiture with the best robe and the gold ring, and welcome of dance and music. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus", G. A. Chadwick.

2) The lesson is about the Prodigal Son. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) The soil is wonderfully fertile, and the constant wet- not even its most ardent admirer denies that Cornwall gets rather more than its share of rain- develops a prodigal amount of growth in the way of ferns and creepers and other plants that like warm moisture. - "Cornwall", G. E. Mitton.