They lean against the fence, hips jutted out, their legs exposed by scanty pink shorts and skimpy dresses.
Others donned Berlusconi masks or carried signs with “No Lie Zone” and photos of young women in scanty costumes.
Those heaps had been gathered together by the industrious peasants to make room for a scanty herbage for their cattle.
Nothing had been added to her scanty wardrobe in that time but a black frock.
His father was a street-porter who eked out the scanty exchequer by playing a violin at occasional dances or concerts.
As Baucis had said, there was but a scanty supper for two hungry travellers.
Soldiers were lying on the ground, or passing to and fro, or engaged in merry games, or singing beside the scanty fires.
By degrees, however, his eyes became accustomed to the scanty light.
In the evenings, to augment our scanty revenues, I worked at copying law papers for a notary.
These computations were correct as far as they went, but they were scanty.