Stingy [adjective]

Definition of Stingy:

penny-pinching, averse to spending money

Opposite/Antonyms of Stingy:

Sentence/Example of Stingy:

And the next was when I scolded because she broke a bowl; And she said I was mean and stingy, and hadn't any soul.

It is an old notion that it is easier to be generous than to be stingy.

I realized that I must have seemed like a mean, stingy old scamp.

Why, blast their miserable, stingy—What do they take me for?

My wife left me because she said I was stingy, and she took my child—my only daughter.

Each was occupied with his own thoughts, and each was stingy of his breath.

I may be as stingy as they call me, but for all that I 'd stand to a man who stands to me.

"That comes for being too stingy to buy a morning paper," added Sam.

You have, and you didn't let me know it, you mean, stingy thing!

You must always offer a friend one, else he will call you 'a stingy fellow.'