No grudging of the time or the labour spent either on design or needlework; no scamping; no mere outlining.
That's it, but what has that to do with the scare at the tunnel and the scamping?
His manual labour—for he worked alongside his men, and allowed no scamping or shirking—was over at dusk.
In fact, scamping the work was with this man a kind of mania.
Yet so sure is his touch that in the mass of these hundreds of designs to Shakespeare you are not conscious of any scamping.
There is no scamping detail here, nor is there any excess of it.
The scamping business was not confined to houses or properties of an inferior class: it was the general rule.
M. Stumpe's intrepid industry was further shown in disregard of customary "scamping" subterfuges.
Scamp, a graceless fellow, a rascal; a wandering vagabond; scamping was formerly the cant term for plundering and thieving.
The carved oak benches were faithful copies of those in Bere Ferrers Church, and there was no scamping in the material.
1782, "highway robber," probably from dialectal verb scamp "to roam" (1753, perhaps from 16c.), shortened from scamper. Used affectionately in sense "rascal" since 1808.