verb (used without object), cheap·skat·ed, cheap·skat·ing.
Examples from the Web for cheapskate
Old Jerry is running a cheapskate campaign, and he has not stated clearly why he wants to be governor again.
We chose to get married at City Hall mostly because I'm a cheapskate.The D.C. Sex Blogger on How She Went From Slut to Housewife|Jessica Cutler|December 10, 2008|DAILY BEAST
Of the two-fifty, you extract a dollar, feeling that the Senior Holden is a cheapskate.The Fourth R|George Oliver Smith
British Dictionary definitions for cheapskate
Word Origin and History for cheapskate
also cheap skate, "miserly person," 1896, from cheap (adj.), second element perhaps from American English slang skate "worn-out horse" (1894), of uncertain origin.