Did you perhaps mean cheating?
“When a studio spends tens of millions of dollars producing a film, and further tens of millions advertising it, cheaping out on a voice-over makes no sense.”
“The yearly “Grand Prize” winner gets a free trip to the San Diego Con (for three days and two nights, which is also cheaping out since the show runs five days).”
“It's "Hide my radiator, please!" in its "renovator's notebook" offers the alternatives of going the custom route, with building cabinetry around them; going semicustom by ordering customs online after measuring the unit and choosing a material and finish; and cheaping things out by "disguising the radiator as a cloth-draped table.”
“That's what you get for my dad cheaping out on stuff like this.”
“SingingWolf has an interesting idea about trying more cocoa butter rather than cheaping out with just the olive oil and beeswax.”
“The title comes off as a typo, definitely cheaping down the perceived quality of the blog.”
“About 40 percent will cut back on gifts for friends; 30 percent are cheaping out on service providers (delivery people, hairdressers, manicurists, and the like); and 29 percent will skimp on co-workers.”
“It smelled to me like here's somebody who could very well afford anything, and she's cheaping out of it," said Elsa Peterson, 43, a nurse, to The Washington Post.”
“Did cheaping out on your investments cost you money?”
“About 40 percent will cut back on gifts for friends; 30 percent are cheaping out on service providers delivery people, hairdressers, manicurists, and the like; and 29 percent will skimp on co-workers.”
Looking for tweets for cheaping.