saving

saving
adj
1. rescuing, delivering, freeing, releasing, liberating.
2. protective, protecting, safeguarding; preservative, preserving, maintaining, sustaining, upholding, conservative; restorative.
3. compensating, reparatory, reparative, restitutory; redeeming, redemptory.
4. thrifty, economical, provident, prudent, frugal, careful, sparing, penny-wise, Inf. tight.
n
5. economy, thrift, thriftiness, frugality, providence, prudence; conservation, husbandry, management; economizing, scrimping, scraping.
6. reduction, price reduction, price-cut, cut, discount, deduction, Inf. rollback; rebate, refund, Sl. kickback.
7. reserve, reservoir, supply, stockpile, cache, something to fall back on; card up one's sleeve, Sl. ace in the hole.
8. savings
capital, assets, funds, finances, resources, reserves, means, wherewithal; nest egg, reserve fund, mad money; kitty, pool, pot.
prep , conj.
9. save. See save II

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