tending or serving to save; rescuing; preserving.
a saving sense of humor.
a saving housekeeper.
making a reservation:
a saving clause.
a reduction or lessening of expenditure or outlay:
a saving of 10 percent.
something that is saved.
savings, sums of money saved by economy and laid away.
Law. a reservation or exception.
Nothing remains saving these ruins.
with all due respect to or for:
saving your presence.
tending to save or preserve
redeeming or compensating (esp in the phrase saving grace)
thrifty or economical
(law) denoting or relating to an exception or reservation: a saving clause in an agreement
preservation or redemption, esp from loss or danger
economy or avoidance of waste
reduction in cost or expenditure: a saving of 100 dollars
(pl) money saved for future use
(law) an exception or reservation
with the exception of
noun 1. a bank account on which interest is paid, traditionally one for which a bankbook is used to record deposits, withdrawals, and interest payments. savings account noun 1. an account at a bank that accumulates interest
noun 1. a cooperative savings institution, chartered and regulated by a state or the federal government, that receives deposits in exchange for shares of ownership and invests its funds chiefly in loans secured by first mortgages on homes. savings and loan association noun 1. a US name for a building society savings and loan association […]
noun 1. a bank that receives savings accounts only and pays interest to its depositors. savings bank noun 1. a bank that accepts the savings of depositors and pays interest on them 2. a container, usually having a slot in the top, for saving coins
noun 1. a U.S. government bond with principal amounts up to $10,000. savings bond definition A bond issued by the United States government and sold in relatively small denominations, mainly to individuals.