Players can use the “Jewish stinginess” card to force competitors to hand over resources.
Republican stinginess—relative stinginess, as all the proposals will cost massive amounts—could yield political dividends.
I don't believe a word he says, but I never accused him of stinginess about money.
By what miracle of stinginess had she been able to save such a sum?
He was a spendthrift, she realized, but he was a spendthrift with a streak of stinginess in his nature.
He mercilessly pillories his patrons in a row for their stinginess.
Frugality and industry are virtues everywhere, but avarice and stinginess are not frugality.
There was not an iota of stinginess in his habitual economy.
His stinginess bordered on avarice, and he had never changed his trade.
He has treated me with a stinginess that I never knew equalled.
"niggardly, penurious, tight-fisted," 1650s, possibly a dialectal alteration of earlier stingy "biting, sharp, stinging" (1610s), from sting (v.). Back-formation stinge "a stingy person" is recorded from 1914.