exiguous

[ ig-zig-yoo-uh s, ik-sig- ]SEE DEFINITION OF exiguous

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXIGUOUS

There are plenty of references to them indeed, but they are exiguous and dull.

For the inflated he cherishes a noiseless, most exiguous bodkin.

Liosha joined us, accompanied by a porter, carrying their exiguous baggage.

Often the Signal Office gives you the most exiguous information.

Flora saw her father trembling in all his exiguous length, though he held himself stiffer than ever if that was possible.

Together they had a noble breakfast, with waffles, and coffee not in exiguous cups but in large pots.

The hospitality of the simple peasant was as hearty, his welcome as warm, as his means were exiguous.

We belong—belonged—to an exiguous family, and naturally I'm no longer as young as I was.

Diving suddenly into the recesses of something, she produced an exiguous round silver box.

Some of them, starting with exiguous capital, have made large fortunes in a year or two of trade.

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