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- adv. In a frugal manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Thriftily; prudently.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a frugal or saving manner; with economy; sparingly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a frugal manner
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The only problem I see for our poster, and why I suggested s/he live "frugally" is that the indication is that there are absolutely no other funds.
Mrs. Peterkin frugally suggested that they might now keep it for the next day, as to-day was almost gone, and they had had tea.
Meanwhile, general manager Ned Colletti enters the final year of his four-year contract trying to improve the pitching frugally, meaning he's been focused on the Jon Garlands and Randy Wolfs instead of the CC Sabathias and A.J. Burnetts.
They belittle your efforts to live "frugally" or perhaps
(let alone one so "frugally" made) that could shut down an entire audience.
I am optimistic that the next generation in Britain will see the need to live thriftily, frugally, and within their means and will buckle down to doing that and, being human, probably make Virtue of Necessity.
She talks with almost religious fervor about the virtues of living frugally, working hard and long hours, and avoiding debt.
Making big bucks doesn't mean you don't have big expenses or priorities that still require you to live frugally.
Terret wrote the 2009 book The Frugal Life: How to Spend Less and Live More, but says living frugally doesn't have to be about eating beans on toast.
He pointed out that few with African Americans playing all major ever made it to wide distribution, save for the frugally produced work of Tyler Perry.