בּוּלמוּס, בִּלוּי, מַרזֵחַ, הִלוּלָה, סְבִיאָהלְבַלוֹת בַּנְעִימִים
Noun(1) a brief indulgence of your impulses
Verb(1) engage without restraint in an activity and indulge, as when shopping
(1) The result is a spree of robberies, culminating in ├ö├ç├┐one last big job.├ö├ç├û(2) The tabloid wants evidence of who's behind the crime spree .(3) he went on a six-month crime spree(4) Well, Leela, you'd wind up going on a killing spree .(5) To that end, he hooks up with a thug who provides him with a gun and an opportunity to fuel a spree of mayhem.(6) Together they embark on a high-class crime spree across Europe.(7) Outside the movie theaters, a similar drinking spree was taking place.(8) Or is this all some crazy convoluted crime spree by a local lunatic?(9) Imagine my surprise, then, when I happened upon this compilation album, during a recent shopping spree around London's record shops.(10) a shopping spree(11) Shortly after their killing spree , we notice John is having trouble sleeping, and he begins to look more and more haggard.(12) Since then, the company has gone on a massive shopping spree , acquiring and building some 14 different packaging and processing plants and dairies.(13) My nationwide shopping spree focused on the latter.(14) Were they really on a hiring spree since October?(15) We became friends, and went on a shopping spree in Oxford Street.(16) At a press conference, a police spokesman spoke of the alleged crime spree as being clearly provoked and not really worth prosecution.
1. binge ::
2. bout ::
3. orgy ::
4. splurge ::
5. session ::
Different Formsspree, spreed, spreeing, sprees
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