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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I see the image of Marley, Scrooge's dead partner, who was as corrosive as Scrooge, reverberating within the supervisor.
Miguel Faustmann, who has probably grown old with this character, humanizes Scrooge for once-transforming him from the usual caricature into a living, breathing character.
JOANN RICCI-SCHLOUGH: I played Scrooge several years ago in our community theatre production.
I wonder if you have ever stopped and wondered just what made Scrooge behave like he did.
Through these visitations, Scrooge comes to realize that he has been pursuing a bleak life of fear and selfishness, and he converts--he takes on a new life.
TV SHRINK Fraiser would not approve, but Kelsey Grammer was transformed into Ebenezer Scrooge for NBC special A Christmas Carol: The Musical.
He held his local council TV SHRINK Fraiser would not approve, but Kelsey Grammer was transformed into Ebenezer Scrooge for NBC special A Christmas Carol: The Musical.
In the beginning when Scrooge turns to the ghost of Marley and says, "Speak comfort to me, Jacob," Marley replies: "I have none to give.
We urge SSE not to play Scrooge and to spread some festive cheer.
Synopsis: A delightful homage to British mysteries, Victorian London, and Charles Dickens, "The Humbug Murders: An Ebenezer Scrooge Mystery" is a simply wonderful treat for all mystery buffs.
A cast of over 60 pupils from years 8-11 at Argoed High School's recently took part in a production of Scrooge and performed to a sell out audience over four nights.
And neither is it in Jeremy Lawrence's reprising portrait of Scrooge, whose thespian dexterity seems to have no boundaries.
The tale of Scrooge - his haunting by three ghosts of Christmas and his redemptive transformation - has become a kind of English folk drama and as such can be reinterpreted in many ways, including the 21st century setting it is given in this new dramatisation by Alex Watkins for the Huddersfield Thespians.
The tale of bitter old man Ebenezer Scrooge is on at the Glasgow's Citizens' Theatre with its Victorian auditorium the perfect setting for a magical, spine-tingling production.
Who doesn't know the best-loved Christmas story of all time: the life of Scrooge, the old man who hates Christmas?