Stinginess (See also Greed, Miserliness.) Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Stinginess (See also Greed, Miserliness.)

  1. Benny, Jack (1894–1974) the king of penny pinchers. [Radio: “The Jack Benny Program” in Buxton, 122–123; TV: Terrace, 402]
  2. Carey, William Philip’s penny-pinching, smugly religious uncle. [Br. Lit.: Magill I, 670–672]
  3. Euclio parsimonious and distrustful man hoards gold treasure. [Rom. Lit.: The Pot of Gold]
  4. Pitt, Crawley inherits, marries, and hoards money. [Br. Lit.: Vanity Fair]
  5. Sieppe, Trina begrudged every penny she spent. [Am. Lit.: Mc Teague]