At other times they say a friendly miller can turn on a supply of water, else thriftily economised for his needs.
They forgot to switch off the electric light, leaving Maxine to do it, thriftily, between serving courses.
Whenever he stayed home in the evening he went to bed early, and thriftily got ahead in those dismal duties.
Missy's father had had a comfortable little property, which had been thriftily managed, and this was now to be hers exclusively.
Of the lace I made a dish, on which I thriftily served up bows of ribbon, like meat on toast.
Mr. Orne thriftily withheld further sympathy; it was plainly wasted.
He had carefully hoarded about his person, and most thriftily managed, the little fortune bequeathed by his mother.
In budding, there are two requisites: a well-established and thriftily growing plant, and a well-matured eye or bud.
Never forget that a good tree grows as thriftily and surely as a poor one.
She had brought up a large family well and thriftily, and now in her old age and helplessness her life had no comfort in it.