Pronunciation /spriː/ noun 1 A spell or sustained period of unrestrained activity of a particular kind. 1.1 dated – A spell of unrestrained drinking. verb sprees, spreeing, spreed [no object] dated Take part in a spree.
Origin Late 18th century of unknown origin.
A spending spree is not for me. I do not have sufficient money. I try really hard to put off what I crave, And as a result, I am able to save.
Pronunciation /ˈstraɡlə/ noun 1 A person in a group who becomes separated from the others, typically because of moving more slowly. 1.1 Something that grows or spreads irregularly or apart from others of its kind.
It was a chore, to nag at her For too often being a straggler. She simply waved her rag of fur And replied, “I will not haggle, sir!”
[My silly rhymes probably perplex people while perpetually pleasing me.]