Peter Beinart on the two economical phrases Obama must utter.
It was an understated, economical choice at the culmination of a campaign that, for the first lady, has been about just that.
In the cemetery fronting the chapel, the surrounding fortification offers temporary and economical burial vaults.
Your appearance, too, shows that you have been industrious and economical, all of which pleases me very much.
Thus they might pool their living expenses to the economical advantage of each.
But Mr. Beerbohm deserves more than any artist of our time the epithet "economical."
Hence what are called Rumford roasters, and the machines invented by economical gratemakers, are utterly to be rejected.
You see by the rich hem of his robe that the asserter of this economical first principle is a man well to do in the world.
And this is the way in which to make the most of this excellent and economical dinner.
At the same time villa is an architectural term; fundus, an economical term; prdium, a juridical term.