Definition of Scantily clad

1. Adjective. Inadequately clothed.

Exact synonyms: Half-clothed, Underclothed
Similar to: Unclothed



Definition of Scantily clad

1. Adjective. wearing a minimum of clothes ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scantily Clad

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scansion
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scansores
scansorial
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scanter
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scanties
scantiest
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scantily clad (current term)
scantiness
scantinesses
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Literary usage of Scantily clad

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1. A Scientific German Reader by Herbert Zabriskie Kip (1916)
"Finally: The man of the stone age scantily clad in skins held together by clasps. In general one should remember that it is in accordance with the genius of ..."

2. Pleasant Waters: A Story of Southern Life and Character by Graham Claytor (1888)
"In the door stood the same dried-up little woman, old, wrinkle-faced, and scantily clad,—she was always scantily clad,—whom he had seen coming daily for ..."

3. The Mastery of the Far East: The Story of Korea's Transformation and Japan's by Arthur Judson Brown (1919)
"... of the country is occupied by lonely mountains or scantily clad hills." This is a superficial judgment. Mountains are usually "lonely," anywhere, ..."

4. The Mastery of the Far East: The Story of Korea's Transformation and Japan's by Arthur Judson Brown (1919)
"Mountains are usually "lonely," anywhere, and some of the richest hills in the world are "scantily clad." Mining can be carried on far more easily than in ..."

5. The Mastery of the Far East: The Story of Korea's Transformation and Japan's by Arthur Judson Brown (1919)
"Mountains are usually "lonely," anywhere, and some of the richest hills in the world are "scantily clad." Mining can be carried on far more easily than in ..."

6. The Writings of Henry David Thoreau by Henry David Thoreau (1906)
"made dry land; the 15th and 17th on dry (scantily clad with grass) fields and hills, hardy; the 16th, sunny bare rocks, in seams on moss, where also in a ..."

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