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Correct spelling:
skimpy
Definition:
Skimpiest.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
skimpy, lean.
close
skinflint, niggardly, tight-fisted, pennypinching, mingy, penurious.
deficient
wanting, found wanting, outta gas, unassembled, not up to scratch, not enough, third string, flawed, short, insufficient, not make it, incomplete, not cut out for, rarest.
exiguous
tiny.
few
few, occasional, middling, some, semioccasional, not too many, widely spaced, not many, piddling, few and far between, Unfrequent, scarcely any, trifling.
insufficient
niggardly, scanty, scarce, poor, deficient, miserly, sparse, stingy, meager, Flyspeck, insufficient, inadequate.
little
smallish, hardly any, not big, Toyer, junior, shrimpy, not large, snubber, mini, under-sized, wee, least.
poor
subnormal, poorer, SUBPAR..
short
runty, pocket-sized, shortest, not long, sawed-off, short, close to the ground, pint-sized, shorthanded, low on, squatty.
sketchy
Depthless, uncritical.
sparse, inadequate
insufficient, wanting, exiguous, miserly, poor, scanty, failing, tight, scrimp, short, scant, Unsufficient, spare, scrimpy, shy, niggardly, deficient, stingy, thin, meager.
stingy
tight, close.
noun
skimpy
deficient, insufficient, lean.
Examples of usage:
  1. Not that it wasn't simple enough, but it sure was skimpy above the belt. – Torchy and Vee by Sewell Ford
  2. And, with a skimpy little nod, he turns back to Auntie and goes on where he broke off, leavin' me to shake hands with myself if I wanted to. – Wilt Thou Torchy by Sewell Ford
  3. And the women wore long skimpy skirts of animals' skins. – The Story of the Amulet by E. Nesbit
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