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
Recent Examples of cheapskate from the Web
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.
But last week, my inner cheapskate led me to a spot with one of those sought-after stars and a menu that doesn’t require special financing.
An irony in Wilson’s bequest to Buffalo is that he was sometimes chided as a cheapskate by media and fans.
Now London entrepreneur Rohan Dhir, 28, wants to push the direct-to-cheapskate model into the high end with his company Archibald London.
That doesn’t account for Mr. Wilmers, an 83-year-old cheapskate with an air of grandeur.
Teams have been owned by racists, cheapskates, fools, thieves, and, even, during the brief run of the United States Football League, .
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CHEAPSKATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cheapskate for English Language Learners
: a person who does not like to spend money
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