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Clearly, they believe they’ve solved the problem in a way that’s useful and economical.

The world of work has been undergoing change for years, driven by technological, economical, and societal factors.

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Replacing the parts wouldn’t be economical—one estimate priced it at more than $800 million.

With only four colors of ink, it won’t deliver high-quality photo prints like some other printers, but for a home or office, it’s a sharp, fast, economical, and environmentally-friendly tool.

They sent one-minute video clips of five different runners to 121 coaches ranging from high school to international level, and asked them to rank the runners from most economical to least economical.

In the cemetery fronting the chapel, the surrounding fortification offers temporary and economical burial vaults.

Sometimes opportunistic, sometimes economical, sometimes simply random and seemingly for no reason at all.

It was an understated, economical choice at the culmination of a campaign that, for the first lady, has been about just that.

Peter Beinart on the two economical phrases Obama must utter.

Both Democrats and Republicans must think harder about how to provide better and more economical care to dual-eligibles.

She is tidy enough, but very thriftless—mean, without the power of being economical.

The collection and application of taxes and revenues will be put on a sound and honest economical basis.

Many, well qualified to judge, were satisfied that it would prove more economical than steam locomotion.

Other entertainments may be given upon economical principles, but a ball cannot.

By an economical use of time, one may gain a fair idea of Oxford in a few hours.

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On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to economical, such as: cost-effective, efficient, practical, prudent, avaricious, and canny.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.