What is the opposite of extravagant?

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Adjective
Opposite of lacking restraint in spending money or using resources
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“It might make more sense to have a larger guest list and just be a little more thrifty with your spending decisions.”
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Opposite of highly-priced or expensive
“I bought her a cheap gift as a joke, but it did not go down well.”
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Opposite of ridiculously extreme or excessive in degree
“If you spend a moderate amount on advertising, then a house style will give unity and continuity to your advertisements in various media.”
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Opposite of exceeding the bounds of credibility
“Certain beliefs are epistemologically basic because they are intrinsically credible or self-evidencing.”
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Opposite of very elaborate and impressive
“Except for the band and dancing on the deck, it was a rather conservative party.”
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Opposite of soft and shaggy
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Opposite of luxurious, catering to those who are rich and wealthy
“She lived in a simple house in a humble town by the coast.”
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Opposite of involving the use of exaggerated or flowery writing or language
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(in amount) Opposite of exceedingly large
“Only the frugal ones would find value in meager sums of money.”
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Opposite of existing only in the realms of one's imagination
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Opposite of plentiful or abundant
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Opposite of showing or expressing emotion in an unrestrained or heartfelt manner
“Not as reserved as his mother Matilda, nor as charming as his father Geoffrey, Henry was famous for his energy and drive.”
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Opposite of extreme or severe
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Opposite of presented in vividly shocking or sensational terms
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(of a lifestyle) Opposite of luxurious and extravagant in nature
“He lost all of his money gambling and lived an abstemious life thereafter.”
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Opposite of well off, or not struggling financially
“They disenfranchised poor people by making property ownership a requirement for registering to vote.”
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Opposite of expensive or having a high value
“He wore a cheap suit, complemented with sneakers and a long hippie beard.”
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Opposite of expressed in terms intended to persuade or impress
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Opposite of attractive or striking because colourful or out of the ordinary
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Opposite of characteristic of melodrama, especially in being exaggerated or overemotional
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Opposite of not economical
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Opposite of having a high monetary value
“The validating sounds of the sloshing water caused me to throw the worthless piece of junk into the air off to the left of me as hard and far as my arm allowed.”
Adjective
Opposite of tending to be fanciful or inventive
“It was an unimaginative book about the future of computing and pretends to be vastly more insightful than it really is.”
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(of clothing, decorations, etc.) Opposite of having tastelessly contrasting colors or patterns
“I wore a tasteful dress to the reception so as to adhere to wedding guest etiquette.”
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Opposite of ambitious or difficult to achieve
“Tom has set himself the achievable goal of earning a black belt in karate within five years.”
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