exiguous : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s extremely scanty
an exiguous budget
- Lopez has only an exiguous notion of what real gay life is like, but such misapprehensions are not uncommon among young people with same-sex attractions.
- General Rodrguez is known on the border as the in out leader of Mexico's exiguous Los Dorados ("The Gold Shirts").
- The Bureau has a quick retort: it is doing what it can on its exiguous budget ($3,861,000 for the current year).
- Evelyn Waugh in The Guardian
Similarly, in 1945 Evelyn Waugh recalled in his diaries how grim the Tory election-night parties became: "Watered vodka, exiguous champagne, rude servants and a facetious loudspeaker."
- Christopher Martin-Jenkins in guardian.co.uk
Christopher Martin-Jenkins said in the Times that Lara was having to tackle "an exigent problem with exiguous resources".