Practicing or marked by economy, as in the expenditure of money or the use of material resources. See Synonyms at sparing.(adjective)
Costing little; inexpensive: a frugal lunch. (adjective)
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Use "frugal" in a sentence
"Pent-up demand, as well as what I call frugal fatigue are starting to kick in."
"Just keep in mind that being frugal is not a bad thing, but being cheap is not so attractive."
"The point you make about being frugal is one of the most amazing things Buffett has stuck to."