Prod·i·gal·ly, adv. In a prodigal manner; with profusion of expense; extravagantly; wasteful; profusely; lavishly; as, an estate prodigally dissipated.
Nature not bounteous now, but lavish grows;
Our paths with flowers she prodigally strows. --Dryden.
adv 1: in a prodigal manner; "he spent prodigally"
2: to a wasteful manner or to a wasteful degree; "we are still
prodigally rich compared to others" [syn: wastefully]