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cheapskate

(ˈtʃipsket)
n. a miserly person; a very cheap person. (see also piker.) A 5 percent tip! What a cheapskate!
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Worse still, everyone will know you're a cheapskate.
He is a self-confessed cheapskate, and no matter how extreme the procedures can be, he's all game for the money.
Personal finance expert and self-proclaimed cheapskate Jeff Yeager, who declares that "cheap is the new cool," will sign books and talk about his work at 6 p.
Cheapskates are people who live within their means and make smart financial decisions.
6 percent increase in poverty rates, while cheapskates in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas saw their poverty rates drop nearly 10 percent.
Here are lists of 'red flag' behavior which indicate 'not' so women don't waste their time; from identifying cheapskates and non-commiters to knowing when a man wants you.
Got a great demo CD (which is usually an oxymoron) in the mail from a band called CheapSkateS entitled Fundamentally Ill (note to aspiring bands: please do not flood my mailbox with your crappy demos).
Cheapskates have no excuse to abandon romance, according to a retailer which has launched a new 'economy' Valentine card.
They want to know what kind of cheapskates send themselves the same Christmas card for 50 years.
BRITAIN'S newest TV quiz king has labelled the BBC cheapskates after receiving his prize - a certificate and t-shirt.
I lOVE football, but it seems to be full of cheapskates.
There are unreasonable, fiscally tight cheapskates who look for any excuse to downgrade the tip.
STRICTLY Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood yesterday accused the BBC of being cheapskates in an astonishing outburst.
Most single women preferred cheapskates who splashed out less than pounds 35.
True cheapskates heading north for Thanksgiving may wait to fill up in Salem, which had the lowest average price of the Oregon metro areas surveyed by AAA - $1.