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invest to spend with the intention of gaining some benefit. [1/4 definitions]
linger to spend (a period of time) in a slow, lazy manner (usu. fol. by "away" or "out"). [1/5 definitions]
loaf2 to spend time in a lazy, aimless manner; idle (sometimes fol. by "around"). [2 definitions]
lounge to spend one's time relaxing. [2/8 definitions]
mess around (informal) to putter or spend time idly. [1/2 definitions]
misspend to spend or use up unwisely; waste.
moon (informal) to spend time aimlessly or in a dreamlike state. [1/6 definitions]
niggardly unwilling to spend, give, or share; miserly; stingy. [1/2 definitions]
outlay to spend or pay out (money). [1/2 definitions]
outspend to spend more than (another person).
pal (informal) to spend time together in friendly activities (often fol. by "around"). [1/2 definitions]
parsimony excessive unwillingness to spend money or use resources; stinginess.
pass to live through; spend. [1/33 definitions]
pay an arm and a leg (informal) to pay a lot of money, much more than one wishes to spend.
Persephone in Greek mythology, the daughter of Demeter and Zeus, carried off by Hades to the underworld and thereafter permitted to spend only half the year back in the world. The myth presents this cycle of loss and return as the origin of the seasons.
pursue to spend time doing; work at; practice, as a field of study or a hobby. [1/7 definitions]
put in to spend (an amount of time) working or trying accomplish something. [1/7 definitions]
reconsider to spend additional time on a decision; deliberate again. [1/4 definitions]
save1 to spend little money; be frugal; economize. [1/10 definitions]
save it for a rainy day to save money for future need, rather than spend it immediately.
spender one who spends, esp. one known to spend large sums of money.