economically (part of speech: adverb)
stingily (part of speech: adverb)
- With the easing of the money burden, the merchants in the tributary towns began thriftily to take advantage of the low rates to renew their stocks; long- deferred visits and business trips suddenly became possible; and the saying that it was cheaper to travel than to stay at home gained instant and grateful currency. - "The Grafters", Francis Lynde.
- They had scraped together some little savings, and might take a few months of summer holiday by thriftily spending their handful of cash. - "Footsteps of Fate", Louis Couperus.
- They forgot to switch off the electric light, leaving Maxine to do it, thriftily, between serving courses. - "Gigolo", Edna Ferber.