Many of our denominational colleges are parsimoniously sustained.
The Scottish king was poor, ill-housed, parsimoniously served, meagerly guarded.
She put a water can on the washstand and parsimoniously measured into it some attar of roses.
Inferior coal, parsimoniously stoked, took the water-heater a long time to get going.
Isolated in its narrow chamber, each grub nibbles the substance around it, peacefully and parsimoniously.
Did they think that the cross, given hitherto so parsimoniously to civilians, was not meant for the police?
But the great empires which clutch territory and ignore men, spend prodigally on their armies and parsimoniously on their people.