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scanty

(skăn′tē) [ME. from O. Norse, skamt, short]
Not abundant; insufficient, as a secretion.
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Families were complaining about the lack of respect the scantily clad women had for our society and our rules, and wearing your swimwear in a park or zoo is inappropriate.
They frequently sport a scantily dressed woman in a suggestive pose and often one image is used on multiple accounts.
The 'Weinergate' scandal first erupted when Weiner sent a lewd photo of his scantily clad lower torso via Twitter.
On one beautiful autumnal day with bright sunshine, average temperature and very windy, I wish that I had a pound for each of these scantily clad ladies who said, "it's freezing
Christopher Williamson, for the prosecution, argued that the scantily clad Oriental girls offering massages "were hardly dressed as physiotherapists".
But Efran Basyuning, presiding judge of the South Jakarta District Court, said pictures of scantily dressed women could not, under criminal laws, "be categorised as pornography".
Yuna is looking for her man, but what about her two scantily clad sidekicks?
There is plenty of humour in this show from the scantily clad trickster Autolycus (Richard Katz), the carping Paulina (Linda Bassett) and the partying of the even more scantily clad countryfolk.
About 50 of his photos of women -- many scantily clad and striking poses like amateur models -- languished in an evidence room after being seized from Bradford's home in 1984.
Though Aphrodisia's artworks are emphatically not pornographic, some have an erotic tone, and there are quite a few nude or extremely scantily clad female images.
Though the characters are scantily developed and the story drags a bit in the middle, this is a worthy story about discovering self-confidence.
SEX is commonly used to help sell everything from diet products to tyres, but Mexican authorities have found a new use for posters of scantily dressed young women: protecting endangered sea turtles.