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    Smile money id tight

    Since money was tight, we settled for a short trip to the north.


    I like to use different words to say the same things. So, could I write "we were tight of/short of/in short of money" to replace "money is tight?" Thanks.

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    Re: money id tight

    How about:

    money was scarce?

    scarce: (adj.)

    "If something is scarce, there is not enough of it."

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    Smile Re: money id tight

    Quote Originally Posted by Noego View Post
    How about:

    money was scarce?

    scarce: (adj.)

    "If something is scarce, there is not enough of it."
    Thanks, Noego.
    I like "money was scare."

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