Examples of chintzy in a Sentence
The boss is chintzy about raises.
for the party I want chintzy plates that we can throw away afterward
Recent Examples of chintzy from the Web
In Christmas: By Melania, Diamond subverts Mrs. Trump’s obsession with opulence by playing her as the host of a chintzy TV Christmas special, the kind emceed by Bob Hope or the Osmonds during the 1970s and '80s.
And despite features such as navigation, mobile apps, and Bluetooth streaming through our example’s modest 5.8-inch central touchscreen (a 5.0-inch setup is standard), the interface appears dated and chintzy next to more modern systems.
The print seats on the family room's corduroy sofa aren't just my typical chintzy thing — the clients have pugs who hop up there.
Lori Graham is not chintzy by nature, but the designer hates to see clients waste money.
Picture the living/dining/kitchen area of a chintzy, working-class tract house somewhere in the Central Valley, that vast chunk of inland California where celebrities don't live.
Only problem is the price — $65 is a whole lot of money for a piece of paper in a chintzy wooden frame.
The quality of the voice acting and animation helps, too, even if the story itself is a rather chintzy affair.
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First Known Use of chintzy
Synonymsaffordable, bargain-basement, budget, cheapie, cheapo, cheap, cut-price [chiefly British], cut-rate, dime-store, dirt cheap, el cheapo, inexpensive, low, low-end, popular, reasonable
Antonymscostly, dear, deluxe, expensive, high, high-ticket, precious, premium, pricey (also pricy), spendy [chiefly Northwest], valuable
Related Wordscheapish, moderate; discount, discounted, fire-sale, lowered, reduced; wholesale; valueless, worthless; supercheap, ultracheap
Near Antonymsincreased, inflated; exorbitant, extravagant, overpriced, prohibitive, prohibitory, steep, stiff, superexpensive, ultraexpensive, unreasonable; invaluable, priceless; luxurious
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