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OTHER WORDS FROM parsimoniouspar·si·mo·ni·ous·ly, adverbpar·si·mo·ni·ous·ness, nounun·par·si·mo·ni·ous, adjectiveun·par·si·mo·ni·ous·ly, adverb
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Giving people money is “the most direct and parsimonious way to eliminate poverty,” Darrick Hamilton, the director of the institute and one of the authors of the plan, told Vox.
To the authors of “Proximal Origins,” these similar viruses offered “strong” and “parsimonious” evidence for natural emergence.
It promises to be a parsimonious solution to the age-old problem of preventing unwanted pregnancies.Male Birth Control, Without Condoms, Will Be Here by 2017|Samantha Allen|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The wealthy want to be seen as even more parsimonious, to offset the incriminating millions in their bank accounts.Sting and Hillary Are Just Like You: How the Very Rich Play at Being Very Ordinary|Tim Teeman|June 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Does anyone else remember a simpler, more parsimonious America?
Over the course of these novels, the style becomes increasingly parsimonious, reaching its apotheosis in The Golden Bowl.
The U.S. will never be as parsimonious with energy as a Scandinavian country.
A miser having heard of another still more parsimonious than himself, waited on him to gain instruction.
There is no good reason why any town in Massachusetts should be negligent or parsimonious in these particulars.Thoughts on Educational Topics and Institutions|George S. Boutwell
Worldly fame has been parsimonious of her favor to the memory of those generous companions.Orations|John Quincy Adams
Cadaverous, simply because he was too parsimonious to provide sufficient nourishing food to meet the demands of such a huge body.Three Little Women|Gabrielle E. Jackson
They know, I can tell you, and they despise parsimonious people who try to make their old things do forever.And So They Were Married|Florence Morse Kingsley