It is run effectively and frugally by Walter Olson, who in his day job runs the famous Overlawyered blog.
She must live upon alms as frugally as ever she can, and not gather that she may give it away afterwards.
My model and I went out and celebrated appropriately but frugally.
Mrs. Hudson was at one of the smaller hotels, and her sitting-room was frugally lighted by a couple of candles.
Of the latter she remarks that they do not live so frugally as the Arabs.
They are frugally confining themselves to the admiration of the Japanese bows and arrows yonder.
That the boarding Scholars diet together, plainly, temperately, and frugally.
He was lunching in his own room, frugally but well, on bread and cheese and beer, when the Assistant Commissioner came in.
He is given to no youthful excesses; he lives simply and frugally.
Live as frugally as you can, put by every penny you can save.
1590s, from Middle French frugal, from Latin frugalis, from undeclined adj. frugi "useful, proper, worthy, honest; temperate, economical," originally dative of frux (plural fruges) "fruit, produce," figuratively "value, result, success," related to fructus (see fruit). Sense evolved in Latin from "useful" to "profitable" to "economical." Related: Frugally.