Mercenary and Parsimonious


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Mercenary adjective – Having or marked by an eager and often selfish desire especially for material possessions.
Parsimonious and mercenary are semantically related in character trait topic. In some cases you can use "Parsimonious" instead an adjective "Mercenary", when it comes to topics like selfish, miserly.
Nearby Word: mercenarily
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Parsimonious adjective – Giving or sharing as little as possible.
Usage example: a parsimonious woman who insists that charity begins—and ends—at home

Mercenary and parsimonious are semantically related in character trait topic. You can use "Mercenary" instead an adjective "Parsimonious".
Nearby Words: parsimony, parsimoniously
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Parsimonious or Mercenary. 2016. Accessed February 28, 2020.

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