frugal

careful economical 
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Frugal

Fru'gal adjective [ Latin frugalis , from frugi , lit., for fruit ; hence, fit for food, useful, proper, temperate, the dative of frux , frugis , fruit, akin to English fruit : confer French frugal . See Fruit , noun ] ...
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frugal

1. Economical in the use or appropriation of resources; not wasteful or lavish; wise in the expenditure or application of force, materials, time, etc.; characterised by frugality; sparing; economical; saving; as, a frugal housekeeper; frugal of time. 'I oft admire How Nature, wise and frugal, could commit Such disproportions.' (Milton) ... 2. Obtai...
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Frugal

• (n.) Obtained by, or appropriate to, economy; as, a frugal fortune. • (n.) Economical in the use or appropriation of resources; not wasteful or lavish; wise in the expenditure or application of force, materials, time, etc.; characterized by frugality; sparing; economical; saving; as, a frugal housekeeper; frugal of time.Frugal: words in...
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frugal

frugal 1. Economical in use or expenditure; prudently saving or sparing; not wasteful. 2. Entailing little expense; requiring few resources; meager; scanty. 3. Careful when using money or food, or (of a meal) inexpensive or small in amount. 4. Etymology: from Middle French (written and spoken c. 1400-c.1600) frugal, from Latin frugalis, frugi, 'e...
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frugal

avoiding waste
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