Players can use the “Jewish stinginess” card to force competitors to hand over resources.
Republican stinginess—relative stinginess, as all the proposals will cost massive amounts—could yield political dividends.
I don't believe a word he says, but I never accused him of stinginess about money.
There was not an iota of stinginess in his habitual economy.
He was a spendthrift, she realized, but he was a spendthrift with a streak of stinginess in his nature.
By what miracle of stinginess had she been able to save such a sum?
Frugality and industry are virtues everywhere, but avarice and stinginess are not frugality.
He mercilessly pillories his patrons in a row for their stinginess.
His stinginess bordered on avarice, and he had never changed his trade.
He has treated me with a stinginess that I never knew equalled.
"niggardly, penurious, tight-fisted," 1650s, possibly a dialectal alteration of earlier stingy "biting, sharp, stinging" (1610s), from sting (v.). Back-formation stinge "a stingy person" is recorded from 1914.