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economical
Definition:
Relating to the means of living, or the resources and wealth of a country; relating to political economy; as, economic purposes; economical truths.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
economic, economical.
chary
gingerly, safest, uneasy, SAFER.
cheap
reasonable, low price, bargain-basement, cut price, lowered, bought for a song, low-cost, inexpensive, budget, cut-price, saler, cut-rate, low tariff, cheap, at a bargain, low-priced, uncostly, reduced, steal, half-price, easy on the pocketbook, real buy, tightfisted, half price, competitive, cheapo, half-priced, popular, popularly priced, cut rate, on sale, bargain, cost next to nothing, bargain-counter, worth the money, undear, marked down, at cost, dirt cheap.
conservative with resources; careful
frugal, penurious, avaricious, prudent, meager, cost-effective, parsimonious, chary, close, methodical, prudential, time-saving, work-saving, saving, Skimping, penny-wise, efficient, mean, miserly, money-saving, circumspect, spare, stingy, canny, niggardly, thrifty, watchful, curmudgeonly, practical, tight, unwasteful, sparing, Scrimping, closefisted, on the rims, penny-pinching, provident.
economical
frugal, self-denying, austere, cheeseparing, cheap, parsimonious, moderate, thrifty, sparing, stingy, prudent.
governmental
political.
inexpensive
reasonable, dime a dozen, modest, low tariff, low-priced, sound, quite a buy, bought for a song, cost nothing, dirt cheap, dog cheap, low, cut rate, fair, steal, cheap, cost next to nothing, marked down, moderate, reduced, on sale.
low
lower, secondrate, second-rate, second rate.
modest
unembellished, unostentatious, inelaborate, unextreme, unextravagant, Unembroidered, unradical, unadorned, unornamented, unexcessive.
political
bureaucratic.
simple
low.
stingy
scurvy, ironfisted, Hard-fisted, Pinching.
succinct
concise.
tightfisted
tightwad, mingy, money-conscious.
noun
economical
sparing, efficient, stinting, thrifty, frugal, scotch, economic.
verb
moderate
modest.
Examples of usage:
  1. John, whose poverty had taught him to be economical, promptly blew out his candle. – The White Wolf and Other Fireside Tales by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  2. Many persons find it economical to buy eggs in large quantities in the summer time and pack them in water glass for winter use. – School and Home Cooking by Carlotta C. Greer
  3. An economical use of time is the true mode of securing leisure: it enables us to get through business and carry it forward, instead of being driven by it. – Self Help by Samuel Smiles
  4. Her lady has a high temper, and she's economical with her servants. – T. Tembarom by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  5. To her, clothes were an economical and a social necessity. – Virginia of Elk Creek Valley by Mary Ellen Chase

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