parsimonious

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The Earl of Buchan was the very pink of parsimonious patrons.

There was nothing exclusive, or shrinking, or parsimonious in Frances Blondell.

And being of New England, he would always be parsimonious with flatteries.

He is not parsimonious, but his instincts and habits have been prudent.

But he was bitter and satirical, irritable, parsimonious, and vain.

He would never ask her to be parsimonious,—never even to be economical.

My father, I know, is parsimonious, but he sincerely loved his children.

They spend their money on the land, but are not parsimonious.

But all American observers are not so parsimonious with regard to post-glacial time.

In the ninth, those who are parsimonious and will not help people in trouble.

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