There was barely enough room for everyone to fit on the skimpy beach blanket.
- 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.
The definition of skimpy is not enough or something that is too small or not full enough.
- Inadequate, as in size or fullness, especially through economizing or stinting: a skimpy meal.
- Not covering a considerable amount of the body: a skimpy bathing suit.
(comparative skimpier, superlative skimpiest)
- (Australia, Western Australia) A barmaid who wears little clothing. [From 1988.]
From skimp +"Ž -y.
- Summer sleep shirts are a happy medium between skimpy lingerie that looks great on but isn't the most comfortable thing to wear and a long flannel or cotton nightgown that your significant other may not find the most attractive.
- When you look at this particular style, the first thing you'll realize is that it is not as skimpy as some of the suits featured on Skinzwear and Beach and Dance, but this suit remains very attractive nonetheless.
- However, the key to getting this style to look just right lies in the width of the side ties; you’ll want to look for bold ties that come with a bit of fabric, not skimpy ones that can look a bit anemic.
- While official Cannes Film Festival events are restricted to members of the film industry, the non-professional can get in some premium celebrity watching in a beach environment where skimpy clothing have become a Festival tradition.
- Extra accessories, like rhinestones, o-rings or side-tie bottoms will break the illusion that you have on nothing at all, so a plain but skimpy nude bikini is your best bet for making it look invisible against your body.