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synonyms for scamping

  • scrimp
  • pinch
  • save
  • scamp
  • scant
  • scrape
  • screw
  • slight
  • spare
  • stint
  • withhold
  • be mean with
  • be sparing
  • cut corners
  • make ends meet
  • pinch pennies
  • roll back
  • tighten one's belt
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antonyms for scamping

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  • release
  • spend
  • squander
  • waste
  • use
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How to use scamping in a sentence

Scamping the present in behalf of the future leads only to rendering the future less manageable.
HUMAN NATURE AND CONDUCTJOHN DEWEY
That document also shows that there was occasional “scamping” by those employed in the work required to maintain the fabrics.
THE DEPOT FOR PRISONERS OF WAR AT NORMAN CROSS HUNTINGDONSHIRETHOMAS JAMES WALKER
Whatever other causes there were, there could be no doubt that the hurrying and scamping was a very real one.
THE RAGGED TROUSERED PHILANTHROPISTSROBERT TRESSELL
The scamping business was not confined to houses or properties of an inferior class: it was the general rule.
THE RAGGED TROUSERED PHILANTHROPISTSROBERT TRESSELL
As a result of all the hurrying and scamping, every now and again the men found that they had worked themselves out of a job.
THE RAGGED TROUSERED PHILANTHROPISTSROBERT TRESSELL
There is far too much scamping p. 26work in the present day, working simply for money and not for any interest in the work itself.
BOYSANONYMOUS
His manual labour—for he worked alongside his men, and allowed no scamping or shirking—was over at dusk.
THE MAKING OF WILLIAM EDWARDSMRS. G. LINNAEUS BANKS
He had hurried back to lunch, scamping it so that he might get to his piano for an hour of forgetfulness.
SAINT'S PROGRESSJOHN GALSWORTHY
So far, so good; but there is more to be done, and delicate work too, such as will bear no scamping.
A PESSIMISTROBERT TIMSOL
That's it, but what has that to do with the scare at the tunnel and the scamping?
SCAMPING TRICKS AND ODD KNOWLEDGEJOHN NEWMAN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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serotinaladjective | [si-rot-n-l, ser-uh-tahyn-l ]SEE DEFINITION