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conspicuously deficient in quantity, fullness, or extent

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containing little excess

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As more churchgoers attend Mass in skimpy outfits, some churches in Metro Manila have strictly imposed a dress code that prohibits the faithful from going to church in revealing attire.
Swimsuits are still considered provocative despite women often wearing skimpy outfits on night outs.
"He constantly ordered me to wear miniskirts and skimpy outfits ostensibly to draw more customers.
But it was Kabra's luxurious satin kaftans and robes over skimpy bikinis that set the hot meter rising.
AFTER being flooded by visitors wearing skimpy clothing, Knock Shrine has hit back with new signs banning inappropriate garments.
Summary: Tanning and waxing products and sales of skimpy shorts are booming as men embrace their metrosexuality, eBay has said.
He said if output did continue at present levels, it would lead to "skimpy" programming.
But veggie power does not mean skimpy speed: Bethune's boat, named Earthrace, can reach a water-whipping 83 kilometers (52 miles) per hour.
SKIMPY crop tops styled by the likes of Britney Spears could be putting young women's health at risk, medical experts warned yesterday.
They are referenced in this faux-primitive romp fashioned for nine dancers in briefs or skimpy bathing suits.
All your favourites are here, from Zaha in Cincinnati to Peter Cook in Graz, documented with ravishing photographs and irritatingly skimpy drawings.
So far, the scientists have whittled down five industrial materials to such skimpy dimensions.
Glamour girl Jodie Marsh yesterday said her preference for skimpy outfits was a cover-up for insecurities caused by school bullying.
The author, Guy, an actress who met Shakur in 1994, unaccountably places herself prominently in this skimpy, 209 page, biography.