adj. sparing or economical with regard to money or food.
We are eating a frugal meal.
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Thrifty, referring to a person. Or sparse, referring to things.
"People who grew up in the Depression seem to be more frugal. They never buy name-brand stuff!"

"Ebenezer Scrooge retired, after long a day of screwing people over, to his dingy apartment to consume his frugal (thin/watery) serving of gruel" --severly paraphrased from Dickens' "A Christmas Carol"
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that rich-ass heeb is very frugal
by Gesus January 31, 2004
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An intelligent participator in the economy.

for the retards

A person who spends money.
Exxo is very frugal, they funded the bush' adminstration's next election funds in return for the conquerring of Iraq for Iraq's oil.
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Sexy, yet suprisingly revealing
It seems we're in some kind of forest, dense, yet frugal
by Pedro Mendez Mulachos April 18, 2003
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stupid in how much they know about fassion & the real world. Frugal people seem to live in their own little uncool bubble.
My mom is weirdly frugal
by Sarah May 29, 2004
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Those shoes are so frugal!
by Krista & Maria July 27, 2006
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