Which preposition to use with frugal

in Occurrences 8%

I hope the debt which that war has entailed upon us will instruct us to be more frugal in our future engagements, and to stipulate only what we may perform without involving the nation in misery, which victories and triumphs cannot compensate.

of Occurrences 6%

One cannot say he wanted Wit; but rather, that he was frugal of it

as Occurrences 2%

It does not appear that Franklin was particularly frugal as a young man.

by Occurrences 2%

He was frugal by inclination, but liberal by principle; and if the purpose to which he destined his little accumulations be remembered, with his distribution of occasional charity, it will perhaps appear, that he only liked one mode of expense better than another, and saved merely that he might have something to give.'

for Occurrences 2%

You would have every luxury, and your life would be full of change and pleasure; while with us it must be, in the nature of things, busy and frugal for a long time to come.

from Occurrences 1%

These pastoral and hunting people, frugal from necessity, brave from exposure, industrious from the difficulty of subsisting in a dry and barren country, for the most sort were just such a race as furnished a noble material for the foundation of a great empire.

Which preposition to use with  frugal