- s of very poor quality; flimsy
- s embarrassingly stingy
- Spooked by the success of premium small cars from Mercedes-Benz, GM elected to rebadge its awful mass-market J-platform sedans, load them up with chintzy fabrics and accessories .
- Once dismissed as marginal producers of chintzy clothes and toys, the NICs, which include South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mexico and Brazil, have gone upscale, producing .
- Nor would the assistance be chintzy.
- Jason Spezza in Toronto Sun
I've seen a lot of chintzy penalty shot calls this year,said Spezza, "(and) I think I was in pretty clear there (when Gill) took my legs out pretty good. "Whatever. We won. Fishy scored. That's all that matters. If we would have lost, it...
- Jason LaBarbera in Hartford Courant
The two goals they got were kind of chintzy, but it was one of those nights that was a lot of fun,said LaBarbera, who played five seasons with the Pack and Rangers before not being re-signed in 2005. "I got lucky because there were a lot...
- Don Cherry in Globe and Mail
Too many chintzy calls,the CBC's Don Cherry said.