Scarcity Definition

skârsĭ-tē
scarcities
noun
scarcities
The condition or quality of being scarce; inadequate supply; dearth.
Webster's New World
Rarity; uncommonness.
Webster's New World
Scarcity is defined as a state of something being in short supply.
An example of scarcity is when there is only a tiny amount of a crop produced because of drought and there is not enough to feed the whole town.
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Antonyms:
abundance

Other Word Forms of Scarcity

Noun

Singular:
scarcity
Plural:
scarcities

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