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par·si·mo·ni·ous

 (pär′sə-mō′nē-əs)
adj.
1. Excessively sparing or frugal.
2. Accounting for observed data with a relatively simple explanation: The physicist argued that her new theory was more parsimonious than the standard model.

par′si·mo′ni·ous·ly adv.
par′si·mo′ni·ous·ness n.
Translations

parsimoniously

[ˌpɑːsɪˈməʊnɪəslɪ] ADVparcamente

parsimoniously

advgeizig; he parsimoniously refused to lend me any money at aller war zu geizig, mir auch nur einen einzigen Cent zu leihen

parsimoniously

[ˌpɑːsɪˈməʊnɪəslɪ] advcon parsimonia
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He stalled and blocked, fought parsimoniously, and strove to gather strength.
Asia is the most populous, vibrant, dynamic and parsimoniously conducive continent in the world (Yu, 2017).1 The continent divided into different regions such as Northern Asia, Central Asia, Southern Asia, Southeastern Asia, Eastern Asia and Western Asia having similar features.
The presence of this level of disorder, in viruses whose genetic information is normally so parsimoniously exploited, remains unexplained.
using factorial models to predict the interest curve and also to parsimoniously model the conditional covariance matrix of the various maturities.
She was subsisting off snacks stolen from offices, parsimoniously portioned leftovers and late-night pizza slices.
Hybrid domain is yet another parsimoniously treated aspect of governance and the authors must be commended for successfully elaborating on the topic.
Thanks to Bong Go, senatorial electability has been further parsimoniously limited to presidential endorsement power.
(2005, 409) term 'sensemaking,' a process that 'occurs when a flow of organizational circumstances is turned into words and salient categories.' In pursuing this approach, we compared each case to each other case, looking for categories that could be used to parsimoniously describe underlying similarities in approach.
As a whole, the EU countries (and those of NATO as well) do not trust one another with sensitive information: It is parceled out very parsimoniously from one capital to a few trusted others.
This tactic follows from Skinner's (1945, 1957) position that a psychological term--indeed, any term--is more parsimoniously viewed as a verbal response, and understanding the response's meaning is tantamount to identifying its controlling variables.
Our operating costs were covered in large part by the income generated from investment revenues and parsimoniously reducing the size of the principal--but we do not want to continue drawing from our investments to cover ongoing expenses until they reach a size where this would be sustainable indefinitely.
Meanwhile, Water Utilities Corporation (WUC) advises the public to use water parsimoniously in order to save the water that is still left in the dams.