verb (used without object), cheap·skat·ed, cheap·skat·ing.
Origin of cheapskate
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
also cheap skate, "miserly person," 1896, from cheap (adj.), second element perhaps from American English slang skate "worn-out horse" (1894), of uncertain origin.