sprees in English

a spell or sustained period of unrestrained activity of a particular kind.
he went on a six-month crime spree

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1. Some go on spending sprees when they feel depressed.

2. Indulging in year-end spending sprees to farce up next year's budgeted expenditure.

3. Periods of high elation —wild spending sprees, working around the clock, constant action— followed by deep depression.

4. Now, they must impose law and order in the restive town of Nablus, better known for its carjackings and gang shooting sprees.

5. (1 Thessalonians 5:7) But the revelers of the prophecy begin their drunken sprees at daybreak and carry on drinking into the evening!

6. And Capital One cardholders get off scot-free, fee-wise: The company absorbs the currency conversion fee and doesn't charge extra for foreign shopping sprees.

7. Even though he later agreed to study the Bible along with Teresa, he often went on drinking sprees with his friends, sometimes for four or five days.

8. These shooting sprees even spawned a response from the AAA Motor Club to its members on how to respond to drivers with road rage or aggressive maneuvers and gestures.