Skimp



verb (used without object)
1.
to scrimp.
verb (used with object)
2.
to scrimp.
3.
to scamp.
adjective
4.
skimpy; scanty.
verb
1.
to be extremely sparing or supply (someone) sparingly; stint
2.
to perform (work, etc) carelessly, hastily, or with inadequate materials

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  • Skimper

    verb (used without object) 1. to scrimp. verb (used with object) 2. to scrimp. 3. to scamp. adjective 4. skimpy; scanty. verb 1. to be extremely sparing or supply (someone) sparingly; stint 2. to perform (work, etc) carelessly, hastily, or with inadequate materials

  • Skimpily

    adjective, skimpier, skimpiest. 1. lacking in size, fullness, etc.; scanty: a skimpy hem; a skimpy dinner. 2. too thrifty; stingy: a skimpy housekeeper. adjective skimpier, skimpiest 1. (of clothes, etc) made of too little material; scanty 2. excessively thrifty; mean; stingy



  • Skimpy

    adjective, skimpier, skimpiest. 1. lacking in size, fullness, etc.; scanty: a skimpy hem; a skimpy dinner. 2. too thrifty; stingy: a skimpy housekeeper. adjective skimpier, skimpiest 1. (of clothes, etc) made of too little material; scanty 2. excessively thrifty; mean; stingy

  • Skim-read

    verb 1. to read quickly and superficially, in order to pick up the important or significant details



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