noun ex·i·gu·ity \ˌeg-zi-ˈgyü-ə-tē\
plural ex·i·gu·ities

Definition of EXIGUITY

:  the quality or state of being exiguous :  scantiness

First Known Use of EXIGUITY

circa 1626


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