- v. present participle of stiff.
“Obama had been vigilant in stiffing inquiries by the Chicago Sun-Times over the course of the primary season, but he sat with them for 80 minutes as well, saying, "We want to put the sense that we're not being forthcoming behind us as quickly as possible.”
“* Robert Rubin stiffing Brooksley Born on regulating derivatives.”
“I think another explanation is that visitors to Dr. Helen are stunned by her thinking such as the idea of stiffing waiters to get back at BHO and briefly enter a catatonic state before they wake up and click away.”
“And lately, a troubling number of American politicians appear comfortable with the idea of stiffing the country's creditors.”
“As anticipated, people are warming up to the idea of stiffing their mortgage lenders.”
“Secretary of Defense Robert Gates accused Iran of "stiffing" the international community in refusing to accept the third party enrichment deal and said it had paved the way for "significant additional sanctions.”
“He said Iran was "stiffing" the international community by refusing to implement what was agreed in October.”
“The charge that San Francisco has been stiffing social-welfare spending in favor of what homeless advocates sneer at as the "sacred cows" of police and fire protection is absurd.”
“I'm guessing stiffing people on rebates is a billion dollar industry.”
“However, by stiffing the senior creditors to reward the UAW with GM and Chrysler equity stakes and the preservation of their benefits, this would seem to create a substantial risk in the eyes of investors where it concerns union companies.”
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