Skimpy Definition

skĭmpē
skimpier, skimpiest
adjective
skimpier, skimpiest
Barely or not quite enough; somewhat less in size, fullness, etc. than is needed; scanty.
Webster's New World
Not covering a considerable amount of the body.
A skimpy bathing suit.
American Heritage
The definition of skimpy is not enough or something that is too small or not full enough.
An example of skimpy used as an adjective is "a skimpy dress," which is a dress that shows off too much skin.
An example of skimpy used as an adjective is "a skimpy meal," which is a meal that is too small.
YourDictionary

Small or inadequate; not generous, or of a garment, very small, light, or revealing.

Have you ever seen such a skimpy bikini?
They served a pretty skimpy portion of ice cream as the free birthday dessert.
Wiktionary
noun

(Australia, Western Australia) A barmaid who wears little clothing. [From 1988.]

Wiktionary
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Other Word Forms of Skimpy

Noun

Singular:
skimpy
Plural:
skimpies

Adjective

Base Form:
skimpy
Comparative:
skimpier
Superlative:
skimpiest

Origin of Skimpy

  • From skimp +"Ž -y.

    From Wiktionary

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