use parsimonious in a sentence.
I think spend-thrift means tight with your money, or parsimonious if you prefer.
There's quite a bit more to the scientific method than that-- the notions of controlled observation and reproducible results surely matter, as does the principle of parsimonious explanation.
In both this and the parent comment, is parsimonious really the adjective you were looking for?
If you see things that way, then yes, DNA code is not very elegant or parsimonious.
That seems to be what he's arguing, actually; that you can get hardware speedups if you carefully target very specific things that a parsimonious addition of hardware features can enable.
The most parsimonious way to interpret the data is that divorce is bad for children.
Given the scope and reach such services have, one ought to be parsimonious with any private information put online, because it might eventually be correlated with the former.
From him I learned to be extravagant about my passions, and parsimonious with everything else.
It's really not such a big deal if you use "new" parsimoniously and use containers and RAII as much as you can.
You criticized the original poster's sense of pessimism for holding the only parsimonious, evidence-based and logical position on the subject.
You have skipped over the most important word in the quoted phrase: 'parsimoniously'.