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Use "economise" in a sentence
"With a shrinking amount of money people are, in terms of the monetary system, 'no longer able to earn anything'; they have to 'economise' or activities will be discontinued due to the financier or other lenders because 'obligations can no longer be met.'"
"She was especially upset because as an attempt to 'economise' a few years before her husband had quit paying into his pension which had good dependents' benefits and without telling her had rejoined the scheme a couple of months before he was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer - he 'knew' something was seriously wrong even though the Drs said not, and she was so touched that he, despite being so stupid with money, had actually done something that provided a little security for her and their son."
"The retailer found customers were trying to economise by half-filling petrol tanks and cutting their own hair instead of visiting hairdressers."