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mingy

(ˈmɪndʒi)
mod. mean and stingy. Why can’t you borrow it? I’m just mingy, that’s all.
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She notes that the Google settlement "proposes to give a breathtakingly audacious near-monopoly to Google and mingy terms to writers.
Mingy and Aoki are going to run the Aoki Lee Foundation and they're going to be like a big foundation that has an endowment and they're going to give, one of them, and the other one's going to run a business.
But to be fair to Mingy and Gordon, Dave's proposals get more bizarre by the hour: taxing flatscreen TVs and driving to the supermarket doesn't float my boat and the Conservative Chat Show is still to come.
And place, all important to Hou, poet of verdant landscapes, rural train stations, and mingy, indifferent cities, cannot transcend the history that weighs on it.
It goes without saying that mingy Michelle's ruthless suffocation of stupid Stuart continues apace.
Writing to George Barker, another poet all over the place, he revealed in a single sentence how self-pity bled into bravado (and all in odd grammar too): "all my friends are failures, I think the glories of the world are mingy, and the people I know and like best--hack Fleet streeters, assistant assistant film-producers, professional drunks, strays and outlaws, who are always, & always will be, just about to write their autobiographies.
What Tsavliris hasn't realised is that doling out money (especially when you've got 50 million quid) doesn't begin to compare to living with a mingy, penny-pinching control freak who imagines equality in a relationship is about money, who has a superiority complex with no good reason and who wouldn't be able to get a woman to come within 500 miles of him if he couldn't afford to buy their affection.
Ugly: Mongoose, mingy, scabby, shabby, gonk, gross, bat, busted, bruk- up.