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a close chewer and a tight spitter

One who is very frugal or thrifty. I'm sure he hasn't spent any of that money he won because he's such a close chewer and a tight spitter.
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close chewer and a tight spitter

Rur. someone who hates to spend money; a cheapskate. He's a close chewer and a tight spitter. Everything about him looks run-down, but he's probably the richest man in the county.
See also: and, chewer, close, spitter, tight
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Featuring everything from wisecracks to deep-dive statistics to social media trends, The Spitter will pick up where its predecessor left off, while also producing podcasts, increasing social media engagement, and loosening the restrictions on what many feel a "baseball site" should be.
Paul Saints season-opening game, and on May 18 DAVID Seeds will be title sponsor for the Saints game, with a representative from the brand throwing out the first pitch and the Spitter Car on the field launching DAVID Sunflower Seeds to lucky fans in the stands.
The City of San Antonio, Aviation Department is soliciting bids for a Contractor to provide parking spitter tickets, including printing services and delivery, for the San Antonio International Airport.
As a result of the scheme, several spitters have already been before the courts - including one 24-yearold who was jailed for 12 weeks following an attack in Birmingham.
The City of Grand Rapids desires the purchase and delivery of printed magnetic stripe spitter tickets for use at various City of Grand Rapids parking facilities.
In the hills, gung-ho troublemaker Crank, sassy mother Missy, cool and detached Delmar and speech-impaired Spitter fire on live targets for the first time.
Similar fines will be given to every filthy spitter and litterer, with traffic wardens redeployed to enforce compliance while retired Sergeant Majors will make these 'orrible people clean up their mess - with a toothbrush for their first offence and their tongues for a second and all subsequent ones.
Susan Jones, the show's producer, said: "Mark was holding onto the struggling spitter with the grab stick as it was trying to get away and using his other hand to try and get eye as a defence mechanism and it aims for the eyes.
His duel with Arjan de Zeeuw conjures up memories of a previous spat, though even the Senegalese spitter isn't as mouthwatering as Pompey at 2-1.
But Diouf, the Liverpool flop hitherto most notorious as a serial spitter, abused that privilege with a preposterous, outrageously cynical dive and then smeared salt into Rovers' wounds with his smirking celebration.
but apparently the spitter got away, officials said.
As seen in the upcoming Croc Week world premiere "Spitting Cobras," these super specs saved Steve's eyes when a venomous red spitter cobra surprised him with a spray and had him calling on Masai tribesmen for emergency aid; -- Steve's Rescue Rope
The kit was not used on this occasion but the spitter was identified, convicted and sentenced.
THE Senegalese spitter had better not come anywhere near Scotland for a long time.
Wow,'' was all Sampras could say upon learning that the unhappy fellow who inherited his racket has now compared him to Roberto Alomar, baseball's demonized spitter, in the athlete-without-a-conscience department.