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Synonyms for pinch

nip

dash

at a pinch

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  • if necessary
  • with difficulty
  • if need(s) be
  • just possibly
  • in a pinch
  • at a push

feel the pinch

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  • suffer hardship
  • be poor
  • be impoverished
  • be short of money
  • have less money
  • suffer poverty

Synonyms for pinch

to be severely sparing in order to economize

to take (another's property) without permission

to take into custody as a prisoner

a seizing and holding by law

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a painful or straitened circumstance

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an injury resulting from getting some body part squeezed

a sudden unforeseen crisis (usually involving danger) that requires immediate action

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a small sharp bite or snip

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a squeeze with the fingers

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the act of apprehending (especially apprehending a criminal)

squeeze tightly between the fingers

make ridges into by pinching together

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make off with belongings of others

cut the top off

irritate as if by a nip, pinch, or tear

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Companies trying to pinch pennies will hold the party in a less expensive venue, won't allow guests to attend, or plan to switch to a cash bar.
BillShrink has found potential savings of more than a million Americans an average of $1500 in credit card savings, valuable dollars as Americans continue to pinch pennies.
And while tough times have forced parents to tighten up in other areas, they're not likely to pinch pennies when it comes to their children.
Medan, Indonesia hotel packages are a nice way to pinch pennies when traveling to this fabulous city for business or pleasure and with advance purchase rates starting as low as $60 USD, travel enthusiasts won't want to delay making reservations.
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While clipping coupons and bargain hunting are effective ways to pinch pennies, now more than ever, consumers need to plan for long-term savings," said Lucy Duni, vice president of consumer education at TrueCredit.
Such consumer efforts to pinch pennies mean the time for retailers to seriously explore money-saving solutions is now.
The ability to save money with the help of coupons and coupon codes can provide valuable savings to all consumers looking to pinch pennies during a struggling economic time.
The Kroger ogre doesn't need to pinch pennies by destroying Michigan jobs, as the nation's leading grocer in 2005, it had a net profit of nearly $1 billion.
However, clinical trials are the one place where a Company should not try to pinch pennies," Allen said.
Don't Pinch Pennies - Beating a dealership out of that last $100 is no victory if it means you'll be stuck with an uncaring dealer or a poorly run service department.
That's right: by shopping online and in catalogs, you can pinch pennies and indulge yourself at the same time.