adjective, skimp·i·er, skimp·i·est.
Related formsskimp·i·ly, adverbskimp·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for skimpy
During her 2011 tour of Canada, a skimpy yellow frock flew skywards on a Calgary airfield.Kate Middleton's History of Flesh-Flashing Wardrobe Malfunctions|Tom Sykes|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His minimalist performance was so haunting—and his Oscar track record so skimpy—that I figured he was a lock.Did the Academy Snub Robert Redford Because He’s So Damn Handsome?|Andrew Romano|January 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Skimpy bralets and short-shorts take the cake in Britney Spears's new music video for her new anthem.
Spears works a series of fabulous, skimpy looks in her video.
They lean against the fence, hips jutted out, their legs exposed by scanty pink shorts and skimpy dresses.
She wears a flapping cap, skimpy skirts and rusty brown mittens on her bony hands.The Girl of the Period and Other Social Essays, Vol. I (of 2)|Eliza Lynn Linton
Without comment, the man sorted a ten-dollar bill from a skimpy roll he took from his pocket and handed it to Les.Ten From Infinity|Paul W. Fairman
His skimpy blue blouse disclosed the roundness of his shoulders and accentuated the abnormal length of his arms.Servants of the Guns|Jeffery E. Jeffery
Dried-up, skimpy bushes just higher than our heads made a thin but regular cover.The Land of Footprints|Stewart Edward White
They carried their few remaining belongings in two skimpy, amateurish-looking swags.On the Track|Henry Lawson