scantily clad

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Adj.1.scantily clad - inadequately clothedscantily clad - inadequately clothed      
unclothed - not wearing clothing
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The scantily clad Helene smiled at everyone in the same way, and Natasha gave Boris a similar smile.
Her yellow hair was burned to a ruddy thatch on her head; but her legs and arms, curiously enough, in spite of constant exposure to the sun, kept a miraculous whiteness which somehow made her seem more undressed than other girls who went scantily clad.
What I cannot stand is the outdated positioning of scantily clad women in front of seriously beautiful cars.
The place is known for its scantily clad men in speedos, but Gloria's people said she was just protecting her image, and it had nothing to do with the likelihood the men were gay.
One of the ads showed a caricature of former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in the driver's seat flashing a peace sign while three scantily clad women sit gagged and bound in the trunk.
A senior official at Dubai Municipality clarified that beefing up on the dress code was essential after scantily clad women who looked as though they had clearly spent the morning at the beach, continued to wear the same attire when visiting the zoo, located in Jumeirah.
But six scantily clad ladies in blue failed the new dress code test and were ejected by Ascot's fashion police.
On May 27, a lewd photo of a man's scantily clad lower torso was tweeted from Weiner's account to a 21-year-old female Seattle college student.
Many of these places are "front of housed" by young, often charming and, dare I say it, scantily clad ladies.
Christopher Williamson, for the prosecution, argued that the scantily clad Oriental girls offering massages "were hardly dressed as physiotherapists".
Yuna is looking for her man, but what about her two scantily clad sidekicks?
There is plenty of humour in this show from the scantily clad trickster Autolycus (Richard Katz), the carping Paulina (Linda Bassett) and the partying of the even more scantily clad countryfolk.