Examples of cheapskate in a Sentence
a cheapskate who lived like a pauper, she was reputedly the wealthiest woman in the U.S. at the time of her death
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Despite being crowned the richest man in the country by Forbes in 1957, J. Paul developed a reputation for being a terrible cheapskate, famously going so far as to temporarily install a payphone for guests to use at his house in London.
Candy No one wants to be known as the cheapskate on the block who gives out candy corn.
So here is Rule No. 1 of Staycations: Don’t worry about looking like a cheapskate.
And any of those cheapskate niggers who try to get out using the metro will regret that choice real fast.
Slightly spritzy and crisp, this summer wine is for cheapskates and light weights.
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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It's been a banner week for cheapskates, with 7-Eleven and Chick-fil-A giving away free food earlier this week.
An irony in Wilson’s bequest to Buffalo is that he was sometimes chided as a cheapskate by media and fans.
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