scant

Scant vs Short - What's the difference?

scant | short | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of short.


As an adjective scant

is very little, very few.

As a verb scant

is to limit in amount or share; to stint.

As a noun scant

is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

As a proper noun short is

.

Scant vs Restricted - What's the difference?

scant | restricted | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of restricted.


As adjectives the difference between scant and restricted

is that scant is very little, very few while restricted is limited within bounds.

As verbs the difference between scant and restricted

is that scant is to limit in amount or share; to stint while restricted is (restrict).

As a noun scant

is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

Scant vs Exiguous - What's the difference?

scant | exiguous | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of exiguous.


As adjectives the difference between scant and exiguous

is that scant is very little, very few while exiguous is scanty; meager.

As a verb scant

is to limit in amount or share; to stint.

As a noun scant

is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

Scant vs Insufficient - What's the difference?

scant | insufficient |


As adjectives the difference between scant and insufficient

is that scant is very little, very few while insufficient is not sufficient.

As a verb scant

is to limit in amount or share; to stint.

As a noun scant

is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

Scant vs Inadequate - What's the difference?

scant | inadequate | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of inadequate.


As adjectives the difference between scant and inadequate

is that scant is very little, very few while inadequate is .

As a verb scant

is to limit in amount or share; to stint.

As a noun scant

is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

Lean vs Scant - What's the difference?

lean | scant | Synonyms |

Lean is a synonym of scant.


As a proper noun lean

is .

As an adjective scant is

very little, very few.

As a verb scant is

to limit in amount or share; to stint.

As a noun scant is

(masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant is

with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

Scant vs Tight - What's the difference?

scant | tight | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of tight.


As adjectives the difference between scant and tight

is that scant is very little, very few while tight is firmly held together; compact; not loose or open.

As verbs the difference between scant and tight

is that scant is to limit in amount or share; to stint while tight is (obsolete) to tighten.

As adverbs the difference between scant and tight

is that scant is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly while tight is firmly, so as not to come loose easily.

As a noun scant

is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

Pinched vs Scant - What's the difference?

pinched | scant | Related terms |

Pinched is a related term of scant.


As verbs the difference between pinched and scant

is that pinched is (pinch) while scant is to limit in amount or share; to stint.

As adjectives the difference between pinched and scant

is that pinched is very thin while scant is very little, very few.

As a noun scant is

(masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant is

with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

Scant vs Skimpy - What's the difference?

scant | skimpy | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of skimpy.


As adjectives the difference between scant and skimpy

is that scant is very little, very few while skimpy is small or inadequate; not generous, or of a garment, very small, light, or revealing.

As nouns the difference between scant and skimpy

is that scant is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level while skimpy is (australia|western australia) a barmaid who wears little clothing.

As a verb scant

is to limit in amount or share; to stint.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

Scant vs Cramped - What's the difference?

scant | cramped | Related terms |

Scant is a related term of cramped.


As adjectives the difference between scant and cramped

is that scant is very little, very few while cramped is uncomfortably restricted in size, or financially.

As verbs the difference between scant and cramped

is that scant is to limit in amount or share; to stint while cramped is (cramp).

As a noun scant

is (masonry) a block of stone sawn on two sides down to the bed level.

As an adverb scant

is with difficulty; scarcely; hardly.

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