the quality of being meager
an exiguity of cloth that would only allow of miniature capes
How To Use exiguity In A Sentence
- an exiguity of cloth that would only allow of miniature capes
- His jaw fell; there was a remarkable exiguity about the coat which was inexplicable. Stories by English Authors: The Orient (Selected by Scribners)
- This paper will focus on the virtual communities with no transactions because of sacrifice exiguity of related studies.
- The emission right is one of the new rights in the law research realm which comes from the exiguity of environment capability and the development of property concept.
- The more glaring the contrast through the exiguity of the Capitalist class and its proportionately large individual holdings of the means of production the stronger this feeling. Nationalization Part Two
- If we look simply at the magnitude of the results obtained, compared with the exiguity of the resources at command, -- if we remember that out of the small Kingdom of Sardinia grew united Italy, we must come to the conclusion that Count Cavour was undoubtedly a statesman of marvellous skill and prescience. The Ontario High School Reader
- Doubtless because of the exiguity of his organ, he found it necessary to stop the windows of his nose with his fingers in order to smoke. The Quest
- It is not very easy to see how such very trifling surnames as this last came into existence, but its exiguity is surpassed in the case of a prominent French airman who bears the appropriately buoyant name of The Romance of Names
- The marooned seaman saves his sanity by cutting notches in a stick, the solitary prisoner by friendship with a mouse; and when life is reduced to the last exiguity of narrowness, the interests of life will be narrow too. The Quest of the Simple Life
- The fairy of folk-lore in Shakespeare's day is nearly everything that the fairies of _A Midsummer-Night's Dream_ are; we may possibly except their exiguity, their relations in love with mortals, and their hymeneal functions. The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'