Scant to Scour

Scant, v. a.

    1. Limit, straiten, stint.
    2. Grudge, keep back, be niggard of, cut short.

Scant, a.

    1. Scanty, scarcely sufficient.
    2. Scarce, short, insufficient.

Scantiness, n. Insufficiency, meagreness, narrowness, deficiency, short supply, short measure.

Scantly, ad.

    1. Penuriously, narrowly, illiberally, sparingly.
    2. Scarcely, hardly.

Scantness, n. Narrowness, smallness, scantiness.

Scanty, a.

    1. Insufficient, narrow, meagre, scant, small.
    2. Hardly sufficient.
    3. Sparing, niggardly, parsimonious, penurious.

Scapegrace, n. Careless fellow, idle fellow.

Scaphoid, a. (Anat.) Boat-shaped, cymbiform, navicular.

Scapula, n. Shoulder-blade, omoplate, shoulder-bone.

Scar, n.

    1. Cicatrix, cicatrice, seam.
    2. Hurt, wound.
    3. Blemish, mark, injury, disfigurement, flaw, defect.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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