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How to use exiguity in a sentence

He would rank with Wolfe; indeed, considering the exiguity of his means, his feat would surpass that of Wolfe.
THE BASTONNAISJOHN LESPERANCE
She might be drowned—but go she'll notWithin a mile o' loch or sea; Or hanged—if cord could grip a throatO' siccan exiguity.
THE BOOK OF HUMOROUS VERSEVARIOUS
The strong sonorous voice of the layman was in singular contrast with the exiguity of his thin, stunted frame.
TRAVELS IN TARTARY, THIBET, AND CHINAEVARISTE REGIS HUC
His jaw fell; there was a remarkable exiguity about the coat which was inexplicable.
STORIES BY ENGLISH AUTHORS: ORIENTVARIOUS
No lean-jowled, hungry-looking devotees, living in exiguity and droning in exinanition their prayers,––not by any means.
THE BOOK OF KHALIDAMEEN RIHANI
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO EXIGUITY

  • abjection
  • aridity
  • bankruptcy
  • barrenness
  • beggary
  • dearth
  • debt
  • deficiency
  • deficit
  • depletion
  • destitution
  • difficulty
  • distress
  • emptiness
  • exiguity
  • famine
  • hardship
  • impecuniosity
  • impecuniousness
  • impoverishment
  • inadequacy
  • indigence
  • insolvency
  • insufficiency
  • lack
  • meagerness
  • necessitousness
  • necessity
  • need
  • pass
  • paucity
  • pauperism
  • pennilessness
  • penuriousness
  • penury
  • pinch
  • poorness
  • privation
  • reduction
  • scarcity
  • shortage
  • starvation
  • underdevelopment
  • vacancy
  • want
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