prodigal (adj.) Old form(s): prodigall
effusive, lavish, generous
LLL II.i.9[Boyet to Princess] Be now as prodigal of all dear grace / As Nature was in making graces dear
R2 I.iii.256[Bolingbroke to John of Gaunt] the tongue's office should be prodigal
Tim II.ii.170[Flavius to Timon] How many prodigal bits have slaves and peasants / This night englutted!
Ven.755[Venus to Adonis] Love-lacking vestals ... / Be prodigal
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