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conspicuously deficient in quantity, fullness, or extent

Synonyms for scanty

short underpants for women or children (usually used in the plural)

lacking in amplitude or quantity

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I believe that he lived in Chapelfields, behind the Butts Tech, and scanty records indicate that he may have lived in Swan Lane and Harnalll Lane.
Water scarcity in Madhya Pradesh due to scanty rain has hit production at Grasim Industries' Nagda plant.
The rating could be lowered on scanty pledged revenues or imminent payment default, the rater said adding an upgrade is unlikely over the next 12 months.
The concrete production and commerce to some regions will be an excellent opportunity, because this kind of product is scanty in market.
The line includes Slenders Pads, Sleepovers Pads (for overnight use), Slender Panty Liners and Scanty Panty Liners.
Actual race footage is somewhat scanty, but the spirit of the event is captured.
What scanty parking there is for the local shops and shoppers has been taken over by a conglomerate of evening visitors who just dump their cars to suit themselves.
charged at least one generation of physicists, if not three or four, but complete transcriptions were scanty.
Some Italian TV might well be a feminist vision of hell: a relentess parade of busty, 6-foot blondes twirling in scanty costumes at the beck and call of irritating, 50-year-old male hosts.
Pot method missed 9 ZN positive smears (8 scanty and one 1+) and ZN method missed 9 pot positive smears (9 scanty) and the difference was not significant.
There is a real possibility of ending up with scanty results after a certain amount of verbal jousting and a clash by diplomats on the wording of the conclusions.
You get Mickey Sills, the creative force behind the highly coveted Scanty loungewear (www.
Cozzens writes a dynamic narrative filled with real people fighting a typical war: soldiers marching and gossiping while their officers puzzled over bad maps and scanty intelligence reports, wondering just what the enemy was up to.
Augmenting scanty records with interviews of descendants, they tell of those who went out of curiosity, were recruited as seaman, hired onto the fur trade, went seeking a better life, went for a time then left, and settled to stay.
If he didn't, I bet someone in Steyrnabhagh (Stornoway) has written to the Stornoway Gazette bemoaning the Pope's scanty knowledge of Geography.