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吝嗇, 悋嗇, りんしょく

  • rinshoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)

  • stinginess
  • miser
  • miserliness
  • selfishness

Examples of 吝嗇,悋嗇,りんしょく in a Sentence

He is very mean with his money.
He is very frugal, not to say stingy.
He is thrifty, not to say stingy.
He may be rich but stingy.
When will you ever loosen your purse strings?
She is a frugal, not to say stingy.
She is very frugal, not to say stingy.
Late in life the miser learned to be generous with money.
Despite all his wealth, he is stingy.
Shylock is greedy, and what is worse, very stingy.

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