stingy

[หˆstษชn.dส’i]

stingy Definition

unwilling to spend money or give anything away; miserly.

Using stingy: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "stingy" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    He's too stingy to leave a tip.

  • Example

    She's so stingy that she won't even share her food.

  • Example

    I don't want to be stingy, but I can't afford to buy everyone a gift.

  • Example

    The company was accused of being stingy with its employee benefits.

stingy Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with stingy

  • not willing to give much time to someone or something

    Example

    He's been stingy with his time lately, always too busy to hang out with his friends.

  • not giving enough praise or recognition to someone who deserves it

    Example

    The boss is always stingy with praise, making it hard for employees to feel appreciated.

  • not willing to share important information with others

    Example

    The manager was stingy with information about the company's plans, leaving employees in the dark.

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Summary: stingy in Brief

The term 'stingy' [หˆstษชn.dส’i] describes someone who is unwilling to spend money or give anything away, often characterized as miserly or tightfisted. It extends into phrases like 'stingy with time,' 'stingy with praise,' and 'stingy with information,' denoting a lack of generosity in various contexts.