adjective, stingier, stingiest.
reluctant to give or spend; not generous; niggardly; penurious:
He’s a stingy old miser.
scanty or meager:
a stingy little income.
adjective -gier, -giest
unwilling to spend or give
insufficient or scanty
adjective stingier, stingiest
(informal) stinging or capable of stinging
noun (pl) stingies
(South Wales, dialect) a stinging nettle: I put my hand on a stingy
noun 1. a person or thing that stings. 2. an animal or plant having a stinging organ. 3. the sting or stinging organ of an insect or other animal. 4. Informal. a stinging blow, remark, or the like. 5. a cocktail made of brandy and crème de menthe. 6. (initial capital letter) Military. a U.S. […]
noun, plural stithies. 1. an anvil. 2. a forge or smithy. verb (used with object), stithied, stithying. 3. Obsolete. to forge. noun (pl) stithies 1. (archaic or dialect) a forge or anvil verb stithies, stithying, stithied 2. (transitive) (obsolete) to forge on an anvil
noun 1. Also, stuiver. a former nickel coin of the Netherlands, equal to five Dutch cents. 2. the smallest possible amount: not worth a stiver; not a stiver of work. noun 1. a former Dutch coin worth one twentieth of a guilder 2. a small amount, esp of money
- St john chrysostom
noun 1. Saint John, a.d. 347?–407, ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople. noun 1. Saint John. ?345–407 ad, Greek patriarch; archbishop of Constantinople (398–404). Feast day: Sept 13 or Nov 13