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pinchpenny

adjective pinch·pen·ny \ˈpinch-ˌpe-nē\

Definition of PINCHPENNY

Examples of PINCHPENNY

  1. <her pinchpenny parents aren't likely to loan her the money she needs for the down payment>

First Known Use of PINCHPENNY

1582

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