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frugal
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Middlemarch
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  • The words were not exactly a hymn, but they certainly fitted his Sunday experience:— "O me, O me, what frugal cheer My love doth feed upon!
  • A touch, a ray, that is not here, A shadow that is gone: "A dream of breath that might be near, An inly-echoed tone, The thought that one may think me dear, The place where one was known, "The tremor of a banished fear, An ill that was not done— O me, O me, what frugal cheer My love doth feed upon!"

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  • A good salary and frugal spending habits led to a large bank account.
  • She was raised with frugal habits and always orders tap water to drink at a restaurant.

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