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skimpy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishskimpyskimp‧y /ˈskɪmpi/ adjective  1 SHORT/NOT LONGa skimpy dress or skirt etc is very short and does not cover very much of a woman’s body2 ENOUGHnot enough of something a skimpy meal
Examples from the Corpus
skimpyBeware of one-line paragraphs, which seem skimpy.School towels, she thought, were skimpy beyond belief.However, at the time I started the research that led to this book, the present-day literature was skimpy indeed.Others are skimpy lists of links or legislator photo opportunities.She leapt into the front seat in a skimpy white sundress, glad to escape the house.
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