The returns revealed the Bidens to be stingy when it came to charity, giving an average of $369 a year for the last decade.
His post-election press conference was too long, too provocative, and too stingy in his phoned-in praise for the winners.
John Paul Getty, Jr. was a major philanthropist, to a slew of causes, and he was not stingy.
Tired of being a poster child for stingy salaries, Walmart snarkily takes a leading left-wing critic to task.
And the next was when I scolded because she broke a bowl; And she said I was mean and stingy, and hadn't any soul.
You have no idea of how mean and stingy a man can be until you try to sell him old bottles.
Close by in the greensward an absurd pet lamb was tugging and bouncing at the end of its stingy tether.
There is nobody so much respected in this world as a stingy rich man.
"Well, I guess I ain't so stingy as all that comes to," exclaimed Mrs. Hunt, sharply.
I realized that I must have seemed like a mean, stingy old scamp.
"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.