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baldy
/ bɔːldi /

pridev

Množina reči baldy je baldies.

barren
/ bærən /

pridev

Množina reči barren je barrens.

Sinonimi:
sterile · infertile

Sinonimi:
bare · bleak · dead · desolate · destitute · devoid · empty · infertile · inhospitable · innocent · stark · sterile · unfertile

ETYM Old Eng. barein, Old Fren. brehaing, fem. brehaigne, baraigne, French bréhaigne; of uncertain origin; cf. Arm. brékhań, markhań, sterile; Late Lat. brana a sterile mare, principally in Aquitanian and Spanish documents; Bisc. barau, baru, fasting.
(Homonym: baron).
1. Incapable of sustaining life.
2. Not bearing offspring; SYN. sterile.
3. Not fertile or productive; SYN. infertile.

beggarly
/ beɡəli /

pridev

Množina reči beggarly je beggarlies.

Sinonimi:
mean · mean

Sinonimi:
mean · poor · stingy · ungenerous

1. Marked by poverty befitting a beggar; SYN. mean.
2. Used of sums of money; so small in amount as to deserve contempt; SYN. mean.

browsy

pridev

Množina reči browsy je browsies.

deficient
/ dəfɪʃənt /

pridev

Množina reči deficient je deficients.

Sinonimi:
inferior · substandard · lacking · wanting

Sinonimi:
depleted · inadequate · inferior · insufficient · lacking · lean · light · low · meager · meagerly · meagre · nonstandard · poor · scant · scarce · scrimpy · short · shy · skimpy · stingy · substandard · too little · wanting

ETYM Latin deficiens, -entis, p. pr. of deficere to be wanting. Related to Defect.
1. Falling short of some prescribed norm; SYN. inferior, substandard.
2. Inadequate in amount or degree; SYN. lacking, wanting.

destitute
/ destətuːt /

pridev

Množina reči destitute je destitutes.

Sinonimi:
impoverished · indigent · necessitous · needy · poverty-stricken

Sinonimi:
barren · devoid · empty · impoverished · indigent · innocent · necessitous · needy · poor · poverty-stricken

ETYM Latin destitutus, p. p. of destituere to set away, leave alone, forsake; de + statuere to set. Related to Statute.
Poor enough to need help from others; SYN. impoverished, indigent, necessitous, needy, poverty-stricken.

devoid
/ dɪvɔɪd /

pridev

Množina reči devoid je devoids.

Sinonimi:
absent · barren · destitute · empty · innocent

Completely lacking.
Being without a usual, typical, or expected attribute or accompaniment — used with of

meagre
/ miːɡər /

pridev

Množina reči meagre je meagres.

Sinonimi:
bare · deficient · exiguous · hand-to-mouth · hardscrabble · insufficient · marginal · meager · meagerly · measly · miserable · paltry · scanty · scarce · scrimpy · spare · stingy

1. Having little flesh; thin
2. Lacking desirable qualities (as richness or strength); deficient in quality or quantity

narrow
/ neroʊ /

pridev

Množina reči narrow je narrows.

Sinonimi:
bare · careful · close-minded · closed-minded · constricting · constrictive · dogmatic · dogmatical · illiberal · intolerant · limited · marginal · minute · narrow · narrow-minded · narrow-mouthed · narrowed · narrowing · opinionated · opinionative · petty · self-opinionated · slender · small-minded · strait · straplike · tapered · tapering · thin

1. Limited in size or scope
2. Not wide
3. Very limited in degree

needy
/ niːdi /

pridev

Množina reči needy je needies.

Sinonimi:
demanding · destitute · impoverished · indigent · necessitous · poor · poverty-stricken

1. Distressed by want of the means of living; very poor; indigent; necessitous.
2. Necessary; requiste.

niggardly
/ nɪɡərdli /

pridev

Množina reči niggardly je niggardlies.

Sinonimi:
grudging · scrimy · stingy · ungenerous

Meanly covetous or avarcious in dealing with others; stingy.

penurious
/ penjuːriəs /

pridev

Množina reči penurious je penuriouses.

Sinonimi:
hard up · impecunious · in straitened circumstances · parsimonious · penniless · pinched · poor · stingy · ungenerous

ETYM From Penury.
1. Excessively sparing in the use of money; sordid; stingy; miserly.
2. Not bountiful or liberal; scanty.
3. Destitute of money; suffering extreme want.
4. Poor; mean. penury.

scant
/ skænt /

pridev

Množina reči scant je scants.

Sinonimi:
deficient · insufficient · light · short

1. Not full, large, or plentiful; scarcely sufficient; meager; not enough.
2. Skimpy; parsimonious.

scanty
/ skænti /

pridev

Množina reči scanty je scanties.

Sinonimi:
bare · meager · meagerly · meagre · scrimpy · spare · stingy

Sinonimi:
bare · meager · meagerly · meagre · scrimpy · spare · stingy · pantie · panty · step-in

1. Somewhat less than is needed or wanted; insufficient; scant
2. Lacking size or extent; narrow; small; not abundant.

scarce
/ skers /

pridev

Množina reči scarce je scarces.

Sinonimi:
deficient · insufficient · meager · meagerly · meagre · rare · scrimpy · stingy · tight

1. Deficient in quantity or number compared with the demand
2. Not enough; hard to find

short
/ ʃɔːrt /

pridev

Množina reči short je shorts.

Sinonimi:
shortest · unforbearing · shortsighted · unforesightful

Sinonimi:
abbreviated · breakable · brief · brusk · brusque · chunky · clipped · close · curt · curtal · deficient · discourteous · dumpy · fleeting · forgetful · fugitive · half-length · improvident · inadequate · insufficient · light · little · low · low-set · mindless · momentaneous · momentary · myopic · pint-size · pint-sized · poor · runty · sawed-off · sawn-off · scant · short and sweet · short-dated · short-range · short-run · short-snouted · short-stalked · short-term · shortened · shortish · shortsighted · small · snub · squab · squabby · squat · squatty · stubby · stumpy · telescoped · truncate · truncated · unforesightful · unmindful · unretentive

1. Low in stature; not tall
2. Primarily spatial sense; having little length or lacking in length
3. Most direct; SYN. shortest.
4. (Prosody) Used of syllables that are unaccented or of relatively brief duration.
5. (Phonetics) Of speech sounds (especially vowels) of relatively short duration (as e.g. the English vowel sounds in 'pat', 'pet', 'pit', 'pot', putt').
6. (Of memory) Deficient in retentiveness or range
7. Primarily temporal sense; indicating or being or seeming to be limited in duration
8. (Finance) Not holding securities or commodities that one sells in expectation of a fall in prices
9. Unwilling to endure; SYN. unforbearing.
10. Lacking foresight or scope; SYN. shortsighted, unforesightful.
11. Containing a large amount of shortening; therefore tender and easy to crumble or break into flakes

skimpy
/ skɪmpi /

pridev

Množina reči skimpy je skimpies.

Sinonimi:
deficient · insufficient · lean

Deficient in supply or execution especially through skimping; scanty

slender
/ slendər /

pridev

Množina reči slender je slenders.

Sinonimi:
thin · slight · slim · slim

Sinonimi:
graceful · lean · lissom · lissome · lithe · lithesome · little · narrow · slight · slim · small · supple · svelte · sylphlike · thin

1. Having little width in proportion to the length or height
2. Very narrow; SYN. thin.
3. Being of delicate or light build; SYN. slight, slim.
4. Small in quantity; SYN. slim.

small
/ smɒl /

pridev

Množina reči small je smalls.

Sinonimi:
little

Sinonimi:
bantam · belittled · bittie · bitty · decreased · diminished · diminutive · dinky · dwarfish · elfin · elflike · fine · flyspeck · gnomish · half-size · humble · immature · inferior · infinitesimal · itsy-bitsy · itty-bitty · lesser · lilliputian · limited · little · littler · low · lowercase · lowly · micro · microscopic · midget · miniature · miniscule · minor · minuscule · minute · moderate · modest · olive-sized · petite · pocket-size · pocket-sized · pocketable · puny · reduced · runty · shrimpy · slender · slim · small-scale · smaller · smallish · soft · teensy · teensy-weensy · teentsy · teeny · teeny-weeny · tiny · undersize · undersized · wee · weensy · weeny · young

(Archaic) Slight or limited; especially in degree or intensity or scope
1. Have fine or very small constituent particles
2. Limited or below average in number or quantity or magnitude or extent; SYN. little.

sordid
/ sɔːrdəd /

pridev

Množina reči sordid je sordids.

Sinonimi:
acquisitive · corrupt · dirty · disreputable · flyblown · seamy · seedy · sleazy · soiled · squalid · unclean

ETYM Latin sordidus, from sordere to be filthy or dirty; probably akin to Eng. swart: cf. French sordide. Related to Swart.
Meanly avaricious and mercenary.

spare
/ sper /

pridev

Množina reči spare je spares.

Sinonimi:
free · trim

Sinonimi:
bare · excess · extra · free · lean · meager · meagerly · meagre · plain · redundant · scanty · scrimpy · stingy · supererogatory · superfluous · supernumerary · surplus · thin · trim · unadorned · undecorated · unembellished · unnecessary · unneeded · unoccupied · unornamented

1. Just sufficient
2. Not taken up by scheduled activities; SYN. free.
3. Thin and fit; SYN. trim.

sparing
/ sperɪŋ /

pridev

Množina reči sparing je sparings.

Sinonimi:
economical · frugal · scotch · stinting · thrifty

Spare; saving; frugal.

sparse
/ spɑːrs /

pridev

Množina reči sparse je sparses.

Sinonimi:
thin

Sinonimi:
distributed · thin

Not dense; SYN. thin.

thin
/ θɪn /

pridev

Množina reči thin je thins.

Sinonimi:
lean

Sinonimi:
anorectic · anorexic · bladed · boney · bony · cadaverous · capillary · cobwebby · compressed · deep-eyed · depressed · diaphanous · distributed · ectomorphic · emaciated · filamentlike · filamentous · filiform · filmy · fine · flat · flimsy · gangling · gangly · gaunt · gauze-like · gauzy · gossamer · haggard · hairlike · hollow-eyed · hyperfine · lank · lanky · lean · light · narrow · pale · paper thin · papery · pinched · rare · rarefied · rarified · rawboned · reedlike · reedy · ribbonlike · ribbony · scarecrowish · scraggy · scrawny · see-through · sheer · shriveled · shrivelled · shrunken · skeletal · skinny · sleazy · slender · slender-waisted · slight · slim · slim-waisted · spare · sparse · spindle-legged · spindle-shanked · spindly · spiritless · stringy · sunken-eyed · svelte · tenuous · thin · threadlike · thready · transparent · trim · twiggy · twiglike · underweight · vaporous · vapourous · wafer-thin · wasp-waisted · wasted · weak · weedy · wiry · wisplike · wispy · withered · wizen · wizened

1. Of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section
2. Lacking excess flesh; SYN. lean.
3. Lacking spirit or sincere effort
4. Relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous
5. (Of sound) Lacking resonance or volume

weeded
/ wiːdəd /

pridev

Množina reči weeded je weededs.

Sinonimi:
weedless

Having had weeds removed.

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