noun, plural scarcities.
insufficiency or shortness of supply; dearth.
noun (pl) -ties
inadequate supply; dearth; paucity
rarity or infrequent occurrence
The basic problem on which classical economic theory is built: simply, that human wants will always exceed the resources available to fulfill those wants. This tenet was challenged by the rise of what John Kenneth Galbraith described as the affluent society.
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verb (used with object), scared, scaring. 1. to fill, especially suddenly, with fear or terror; frighten; alarm. verb (used without object), scared, scaring. 2. to become frightened: That horse scares easily. noun 3. a sudden fright or alarm, especially with little or no reason. 4. a time or condition of alarm or worry: For three […]
noun 1. an object, usually a figure of a person in old clothes, set up to frighten crows or other birds away from crops. 2. anything frightening but not really dangerous. 3. a person in ragged clothes. 4. an extremely thin person. noun 1. an object, usually in the shape of a man, made out […]
noun, Chemistry. 1. scandium oxide. noun 1. ancient name of the S Scandinavian Peninsula.