Like all good managers, the mother had her one weakness—a mania for little strategies that should economise horses and vehicles.
No means had been used either to provide more water, or to economise what there was.
I proclaimed aloud that the family must retire for some time into the country and economise.
We had, however, to economise our fuel, of which there was but a small quantity.
Nothing remained, then, but to economise the hours, and let them glide by with as little restriction as might be.
This is the first Christmas that we have not needed to economise.
The governor was clearly awake to the facts, and felt that he must economise his strength.
The cause of this act was the desire on the part of the charities to economise.
This rendered it important to economise their slender store, and to procure a future supply from the ship as soon as possible.
That I shall have to economise a little is of no importance.