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- adj. wearing a minimum of clothes
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- adj. inadequately clothed
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In nature that might be so, since he is much addicted to lying on couches popping grapes into his mouth—liquid as well as solid—much addicted to scantily clad dancing-girls, and much addicted to all things Egyptian.
In an issue of Baffling Mysteries, two green-scaled humanoids abduct a scantily clad blonde, telling her, We have long sought a queen!
I went to the top of the steps to find Jasmine leading eight beautiful, full bodied, and scantily clad young women into Omar’s apartment.
Esperanza's Little Pocahontas was a scantily clad (basically a suede bikini) sexpot whom fans cheered and leered at as she bravely took on enormous evil, cheating nemeses every week.
Carl Burton of San Jose claims a group of scantily clad women, one of whom had a butterfly tattoo, broke into his accounting office and demanded information on his financial status.
One of his wooden-made yankee clocks is here – its case displaying "a most elegant picture" of Cupid, in frilled trowsers and morocco boots, the American prototype of the little god not being allowed to appear so scantily clad as he is generally represented.