adjective, skimp·i·er, skimp·i·est.
lacking in size, fullness, etc.; scanty: a skimpy hem; a skimpy dinner.
too thrifty; stingy: a skimpy housekeeper.
Origin of skimpy
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adjective skimpier or skimpiest
(of clothes, etc) made of too little material; scanty
excessively thrifty; mean; stingy
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