Synonyms for parsimoniously
|Grammar : Adv|
|Spell : pahr-suh-moh-nee-uhs|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌpɑr səˈmoʊ ni əs|
Définition of parsimoniouslyOrigin :
- 1590s, from Latin parsimonia "frugality, thrift" (see parsimony) + -ous. Not originally with the suggestion of stinginess. Related: Parsimoniously; parsimoniousness.
- As in selfishly : adv egotistically
- Many of our denominational colleges are parsimoniously sustained.
- Extract from : « Colleges in America » by John Marshall Barker
- The Scottish king was poor, ill-housed, parsimoniously served, meagerly guarded.
- Extract from : « Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 63, No. 389, March 1848 » by Various
- Inferior coal, parsimoniously stoked, took the water-heater a long time to get going.
- Extract from : « Paris Vistas » by Helen Davenport Gibbons
- Did they think that the cross, given hitherto so parsimoniously to civilians, was not meant for the police?
- Extract from : « The House of the Combrays » by G. le Notre
- Isolated in its narrow chamber, each grub nibbles the substance around it, peacefully and parsimoniously.
- Extract from : « A Book of Exposition » by Homer Heath Nugent
- But the great empires which clutch territory and ignore men, spend prodigally on their armies and parsimoniously on their people.
- Extract from : « The Revival of Irish Literature » by Charles Gavan Duffy
- She put a water can on the washstand and parsimoniously measured into it some attar of roses.
- Extract from : « A Bed of Roses » by W. L. George
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