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Ebenezer Scrooge

Definitions

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  • noun A scrooge; a miser.

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Examples

  • "This would be like a film studio trademarking the character name" Ebenezer Scrooge "for all media (no one has) and then no one could perform" A Christmas Carol "on a stage, TV, in a film, radio, etc without first securing the right to use the name from the trademark owner," a critic emails me.

    Gawker

  • "This would be like a film studio trademarking the character name" Ebenezer Scrooge "for all media (no one has) and then no one could perform" A Christmas Carol "on a stage, TV, in a film, radio, etc without first securing the right to use the name from the trademark owner," a critic emails me.

    Gawker

  • Bolt was the first film to be made from the start for 3D and a deal has been signed with Imax for a Christmas Carol with Jim Carrey as Ebenezer Scrooge which is scheduled for release at the end of this year.

    BBC News | Technology | World Edition

  • Every year someone decides that they are going to produce the definitive charming twist on the Dickens classic, featuring some modern-day star of the moment portraying an updated version of Ebenezer Scrooge.

    Keli Goff: The Best of the Very Worst Christmas Movies

  • Every year someone decides that they are going to produce the definitive charming twist on the Dickens classic, featuring some modern-day star of the moment portraying an updated version of Ebenezer Scrooge.

    Keli Goff: The Best of the Very Worst Christmas Movies

  • The Heritage Foundation's Robert Rector, whose philosophy for decades now regarding the poor can be summed up with Ebenezer Scrooge's line: "Are their no prisons?"

    Joseph A. Palermo: The Perils for Obama of Not Talking About Poverty in America

  • The Heritage Foundation's Robert Rector, whose philosophy for decades now regarding the poor can be summed up with Ebenezer Scrooge's line: "Are their no prisons?"

    Joseph A. Palermo: The Perils for Obama of Not Talking About Poverty in America

  • Every year someone decides that they are going to produce the definitive charming twist on the Dickens classic, featuring some modern-day star of the moment portraying an updated version of Ebenezer Scrooge.

    Keli Goff: The Best of the Very Worst Christmas Movies

  • To describe the mortal agonies I believed myself to be suffering every time she drew attention to Murray's first-serve stats, exclaimed at a mis-hit, or passed comment on the greenness of his shirt, would embarrass both of us; suffice it to say, I retreated into an irascible, miserly silence that channelled the Grinch, Silas Marner and Ebenezer Scrooge into one flawless and potentially infinite sulk.

    Pain of watching sport that I will never die happy | Emma John

  • Every year someone decides that they are going to produce the definitive charming twist on the Dickens classic, featuring some modern-day star of the moment portraying an updated version of Ebenezer Scrooge.

    Keli Goff: The Best of the Very Worst Christmas Movies

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