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Synonym: lightscantshortskimpstintSimilar words: scanscarescaredscandalscalescaryfiscalscatterMeaning: [skænt]  v. 1. work hastily or carelessly; deal with inadequately and superficially 2. limit in quality or quantity 3. supply sparingly and with restricted quantities. adj. less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so. 
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1. She began to berate the police for paying scant attention to the theft from her car.
2. You have a scant hour in which to pack.
3. He paid scant attention to what was said.
4. The story has received scant attention in the press.
5. There is scant evidence for this view.
6. The manifesto pays scant regard to green issues.
7. Many mothers pay scant attention to their own needs when their children are small.
7. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.
8. This hole was a scant .23 inches in diameter.
9. He listened with scant patience to their supplications.
10. He pays scant attention to the needs of his children.
11. I paid scant attention to what she was saying.
12. Policy-makers paid scant attention to the wider issues.
13. They produce goods with scant regard for quality.
14. The firefighters went back into the house with scant regard for their own safety.
15. We had scant time to rehearse.
16. Modern historians have had scant success with this material, which inspires little trust.
17. Kirov assessed the scant information he had managed to accumulate over the last few weeks.
18. It is clear, however, that Beveridge paid scant attention to these wider issues.
19. The food was scant: weeks when the only thing available was tortillas bind salt.
20. Prior to the Revolution there was scant institutional evidence of deep-rooted nationalist sentiment.
21. Scant make-up was applied, and her pale gold hair was treated to little more than a few vigorous strokes of a brush.
22. But bureaucrats have scant leeway to exercise judgment.
23. It was found that scant attention had been paid to raising the cultural level of party members.
24. Wall Street is notorious for having scant regard for the future and even less for the past.
25. The enterprise then assumes a defensive posture that offers little true protection and scant opportunity for improvement and growth.
26. Outside, bigger, rougher rocks were piled up to the eaves, with scant little chinks left for doorways and windows.
27. The 10,300 parish priests whose job it is to man these churches are thus a rather scant resource.
28. She nudged him as the sleek dark head of a seal bobbed up scant yards from where they were.
29. Other criticisms of the Ridley ruling appear to show scant regard for the integrity of the retailer or its competitiveness.
30. They have very little time to talk; our education services allow scant space for the education of its own workers.
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