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See definition of scanted on Dictionary.com
  • as inneglect
  • as inskimp

synonyms for scanted

  • discount
  • disregard
  • ignore
  • overlook
  • reject
  • spurn
  • underestimate
  • affront
  • condemn
  • depreciate
  • despise
  • detest
  • disdain
  • dismiss
  • pretermit
  • rebuff
  • scant
  • scorn
  • slight
  • slur
  • brush aside
  • brush off
  • have nothing to do with
  • keep at arm's length
  • keep one's distance
  • laugh off
  • let go
  • live with
  • make light of
  • not care for
  • pass by
  • pass over
  • pass up
  • pay no attention to
  • pay no mind
  • shrug off
  • tune out
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antonyms for scanted

MOST RELEVANT
  • attend
  • heed
  • look at
  • note
  • notice
  • pay attention
  • recognize
  • regard
  • respect
  • admire
  • approve
  • cherish
  • compliment
  • flatter
  • like
  • love
  • praise
  • welcome
  • accomplish
  • achieve
  • complete
  • concern
  • do
  • finish
  • guard
  • nurture
  • protect
  • succeed
  • take care of
  • watch
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How to use scanted in a sentence

No doubt this list of supreme leaders in the arts is unduly scanted; but there is wisdom in Taine's parsimony of praise.
INQUIRIES AND OPINIONSBRANDER MATTHEWS
Like Portia, her father had scanted her and hedged her by his wit that she might reach the pinnacle of human joys.
CONSTANTINOPLE PAINTED BY WARWICK GOBLEALEXANDER VAN MILLINGEN
It is specially their duty to redeem the time, who are scanted of time through poverty, service, or restraint.
A CHRISTIAN DIRECTORY (VOLUME 1 OF 4)RICHARD BAXTER
It is quite possible, of course, that his school really had scanted the motherly touch.
ON THE STAIRSHENRY B. FULLER
He found Major Dabney smoking on the hotel veranda, and his welcome was not scanted here, at least.
THE QUICKENINGFRANCIS LYNDE
He probably did not work on the poem so long as historians have said he did, but he scanted neither time nor attention.
AN ELEGY WROTE IN A COUNTRY CHURCH YARD (1751) AND THE ETON COLLEGE MANUSCRIPTTHOMAS GRAY
Thus we hoised our sailes, and sailed vntil euening three or foure leagues, for the wind scanted, and wee remained becalmed.
THE PRINCIPAL NAVIGATIONS, VOYAGES, TRAFFIQUES, AND DISCOVERIES OF THE ENGLISH NATION, VOLUME XIV (OF 16)RICHARD HAKLUYT
Bad provisions, bad water, and scanted rations were dealt to the prisoners.
AMERICAN PRISONERS OF THE REVOLUTIONDANSKE DANDRIDGE
And that half-year that they knew about of grief and madness—it was not scanted nor its misery denied!
FOESMARY JOHNSTON
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