scrooge

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Synonyms for scrooge

miser

Synonyms for scrooge

Synonyms for scrooge

a selfish person who is unwilling to give or spend

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You were always a good friend to me,' said Scrooge.
Scrooge knew this, by the smart sound its teeth made, when the jaws were brought together by the bandage.
Many had been personally known to Scrooge in their lives.
Last year, at the conclusion of the first session of the Synod of Bishops on the family, he called on Catholics to connect with and "lift up" the Scrooges of the world.
hopeful that the Scrooges of this world might, one day, chow down on some undercooked potatoes and mend their wicked ways.
Dale Place, one of the best area Scrooges in recent memory, transitions strikingly from meanness and severity to increasing longing for the kind of simple pleasures and closeness shared by his harried clerk Bob Crachit and his family.
Contains some violence SCROOGES of this penny-pinching world, who have enjoyed the credit crunch a little too much, can suck on their 'Bah humbugs'.
We know that modern-day Scrooges are out there, and we want to shame them into ditching the 'humbug'.
Curtiss is one of the best Scrooges I've ever seen, and I've seen a lot.
A Christmas drama - complete with badge-toting Scrooges - took center stage Tuesday night on Pine Hollow Court.
The set changes, magical effects and poignant moments, such as the young and old Scrooges singing together, give this production memorable appeal.
COM/Russell Omnibus Scrooge Survey showed that consumers can identify notable celebrity Scrooges year-round.
The play features three Scrooges, each dressed in modern clothing with hooded tops, one of whom wakes up in a prison cell having been found guilty of arson.
There've been many famous Scrooges, of course, from Albert Finney and George C.
Last week the Record revealed scrooges at Marshalls Chunky Chickens had scrapped their workers' usual pounds 50 Christmas cash bonus AND a three per cent pay rise due in January.