It promises to be a parsimonious solution to the age-old problem of preventing unwanted pregnancies.
I bear some responsibility for moving the party of the parsimonious and prudent use of force to “all war all the time.”
The U.S. will never be as parsimonious with energy as a Scandinavian country.
It takes a great deal to bring a man back down the ages—down—down to this small, poor, parsimonious life; it takes a great deal.
And being of New England, he would always be parsimonious with flatteries.
Women then found her parsimonious, ungraceful in dress and manner, sour in temper!
He is not parsimonious, but his instincts and habits have been prudent.
In allusion to greedy, parsimonious people, who would rather be put to a great deal of trouble than incur a trifling expense.
But he was bitter and satirical, irritable, parsimonious, and vain.
In the ninth, those who are parsimonious and will not help people in trouble.