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Sentence count:26+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: frugalnessSimilar words: frugalegalitarianegalitarianismqualityrealityvitalitymoralitynormalityMeaning: [fruː'gælətɪ]  n. prudence in avoiding waste. 
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1. Frugality is an estate alone.
2. Frugality when all is spent comes too late. 
3. Industry is fortune’s right hand, and frugality her left. 
4. Industry if fortune's right hand, and frugality her left. 
5. We must practise the strictest frugality and economy.
6. The principle of diligence and frugality applies to all undertakings.
7. Moreover Mr Clinton's budget frugality means there is scope for tax cuts and spending increases.
8. Garway's learning and his frugality were widely admired(, and he seems to have demanded of the government the same standards.
9. Industry and frugality are the inherent qualities of the Chinese nation.
10. The reasons for India's frugality are not all that creditable.
11. Diligence" and "frugality", the two kernel moral standards that he puts forward in it, are distinct representation of the influence of Puritanic labor-for-God belief and its asceticism on him.
12. Frugality is in, frivolousness is out, ' said Shilpa Rosenberry, a consultant with WSL.
13. With the exception of Manchester City, frugality simply had to be all the rage in the close season.
14. We must build up our country with industry and frugality.
15. Even this might have been bearable if the King had not been tainted with the vices of meanness and frugality.
16. A part of this can be credited to the team's frugality.
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17. But it is a frugal state, and the politics of frugality often breed conservative social and civic decisions.
18. A man of practical rather than financial intelligence, Garth failed as a builder and thus reduced his family to frugality.
19. Europeans who saw civilization as their unique possession denigrated the traditional virtues of Indians—simplicity, patience, frugality, otherworldliness—as backwardness.
20. George Osborne, Britain's new chancellor of the exchequer who is readying his country for fiscal frugality, crowed that the G20 had come round to his way of thinking.
21. We must teach children with love and patience so they may learn self-restraint, frugality, and thriftiness.
22. As other manufacturers deliver new compact cars, VW's showrooms arebereft of four-wheeled frugality, save for ageing Jettas and Bugs, expensive Golfs and unattractive Passats.
23. This time, Ms. Ley provided the couplewith a detailed budget of how she was spending her money, down to catfood and haircuts, proving her frugality.
24. "Not at all, " said Teddy. "You've always been frugal. I think frugality runs in your family. You should buy it before another frenetic art lover snatcher it up. "
25. The house, about the size of a New York-style efficiency apartment, is a case study in frugality, and could easily be built in Houston for about $100,000, Sanchez said.
26. Whether he realizes it or not, that kind of hard-nosed, chip-toothed frugality is exactly what is called for in these economically tossed times.
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