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  • noun Common misspelling of thriftiness.


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  • Hi gigi, no shame in thriftyness, the world in fact needs more of it.

    At My Table 2008

  • The term “jew” was used in the colloquial or cultural sense suggesting thriftyness and the complainant took it as a slur on his character and demands that the mayor resign!

    comment i posted to johann hari’s article 2008

  • My dad's parents lived through the depression and they passed along a great thriftyness with food that I have learned from my father.

    All Aboard the Failroad Brilynn 2008

  • This ingenious recycling of a CD spindle combines two things Jews love: Bagels and thriftyness.

    Bagel to go | Jewschool 2007

  • I pledge that I will share the love and post a photo of my refashioned, renovoated, recylcled, crafted or created item of clothing on the Wardrobe Refashion blog, so that others may share the joy that thy thriftyness brings!

    Taking the Plunge Pledge | Mind on Fire 2007

  • I can go from criticizing my sister for her spending to praising her for her thriftyness - all in the same conversation.

    BlogHer 2009


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