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Definition of mingy

mingy

adjective

  • mean (or miserly) and stingy
    She didn't have to be so mingy, only giving us 50p each.

    Last edited on Jun 03 2010. Submitted by Robbie G. from Stroud, Hampshire, UK on Feb 13 2006.

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