His sentimental vanity he lavishes upon himself—the animal in him on women.
These are angels' delights which He lavishes upon the prodigal.
But as long as he's goin' to welsh on us I hope he lavishes the eight-spot where it'll do him some good.
He lavishes on me a wealth of love that humbles me with a consciousness of my own demerits.
Luckily, he is absent-minded and does not long remember the instructions which he lavishes.
Kneeling beside him Tosca lavishes tears and kisses upon him.
Cattaro, after all, is only a half-way house to Montenegro, and this is why Austria lavishes so many troops upon it.
He borrows money right and left and lavishes it upon beggars.
At the same time she lavishes more caresses than usual upon Nero, who, not knowing what to make of it, looks very foolish indeed.
A man who lavishes his money in youth, becomes the slave of a guinea in old age.