His post-election press conference was too long, too provocative, and too stingy in his phoned-in praise for the winners.
John Paul Getty, Jr. was a major philanthropist, to a slew of causes, and he was not stingy.
Tired of being a poster child for stingy salaries, Walmart snarkily takes a leading left-wing critic to task.
The returns revealed the Bidens to be stingy when it came to charity, giving an average of $369 a year for the last decade.
And the next was when I scolded because she broke a bowl; And she said I was mean and stingy, and hadn't any soul.
I realized that I must have seemed like a mean, stingy old scamp.
Close by in the greensward an absurd pet lamb was tugging and bouncing at the end of its stingy tether.
My wife left me because she said I was stingy, and she took my child—my only daughter.
"Well, I guess I ain't so stingy as all that comes to," exclaimed Mrs. Hunt, sharply.
Each was occupied with his own thoughts, and each was stingy of his breath.
"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.