thriftiness

  • 1Thriftiness — Thrift i*ness, n. The quality or state of being thrifty; thrift. [1913 Webster] [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2thriftiness — index austerity, economy (frugality), moderation Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3thriftiness — thrifty UK US /ˈθrɪfti/ adjective ► showing a careful use of money, especially by avoiding waste and saving money for the future: »Retailers will need to rethink their strategies as thrifty shoppers demand price competitive goods. thriftiness… …

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  • 4thriftiness — noun see thrifty …

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  • 5thriftiness — See thriftily. * * * …

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  • 6thriftiness — noun The property of being thrifty. Syn: frugality, parsimony, cheapness …

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  • 7thriftiness — Synonyms and related words: austerity, austerity program, canniness, care, carefulness, chariness, economic planning, economicalness, economy, economy of means, false economy, forehandedness, frugality, frugalness, good management, husbandry,… …

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  • 8thriftiness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Careful use of material resources: economy, frugality, providence, prudence, thrift. See SAVE …

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  • 9thriftiness — thrift·i·ness || θrɪftɪnɪs n. economy, frugality …

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  • 10thriftiness — n. See thrift …

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  • 11thriftiness — thrift·i·ness …

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  • 12thriftiness — noun frugality in the expenditure of money or resources the Scots are famous for their economy • Syn: ↑economy • Derivationally related forms: ↑thrifty, ↑economical (for: ↑economy), ↑eco …

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  • 13economy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Avoidance of waste Nouns 1. economy, thriftiness, frugality, thrift, austerity, care, husbandry, housekeeping, ménage, good housewifery, good management or administration, retrenchment, cutback, rollback …

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  • 14thrift — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. thriftiness, economy, frugality, saving; providence, husbandry; vigor, growth, thriving. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. saving, parsimony, frugality; see economy 2 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n.… …

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  • 15Emperor Wen of Han — Infobox Chinese Royalty name = Han Wendi native name = 漢文帝 temple name = Taizong (太宗) caption = reign = 180 BC 157 BC predecessor = successor = Qi (劉啟), Crown Prince suc type = spouse = Empress Dou (竇皇后) issue = Qi (劉啟), Crown Prince Wu (劉武),… …

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  • 16Mark Hopkins (railroad) — Infobox Person name=Mark Hopkins caption=Photo by I. W. Taber birth date=birth date|1813|9|1|mf=y birth place=Henderson, New York death date=death date and age|1878|3|29|1813|9|1|mf=y death place=Yuma, ArizonaMark Hopkins, Junior (September 1… …

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  • 17Philadelphia Savings Fund Society — Former type Public Industry Savings bank Fate Dissolved Succ …

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  • 18Mark Hopkins, Jr. — Mark Hopkins Photo by I. W. Taber Born September 1, 1813(1813 09 01) Henderson, New York Died …

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  • 19thrifty — UK US /ˈθrɪfti/ adjective ► showing a careful use of money, especially by avoiding waste and saving money for the future: »Retailers will need to rethink their strategies as thrifty shoppers demand price competitive goods. thriftiness noun [U] ►… …

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  • 20thrifty — adjective (thriftier; est) Date: 14th century 1. thriving by industry and frugality ; prosperous 2. growing vigorously 3. given to or marked by economy and good management Synonyms: see sparing • thriftily adverb • thriftiness …

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