not abundant

See: scarce
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A beautiful landscape, with the corn bright in it, but not abundant.
Its pickerel, though not abundant, are its chief boast.
Smallweed, Judy, and Bart; and regularly, all day, do they all remain there until nine at night, solaced by gipsy dinners, not abundant in quantity, from the cook's shop, rummaging and searching, digging, delving, and diving among the treasures of the late lamented.
Out of these six gases, neon, krypton and xenon are known as 'rare gases', due to the fact that these gases are not abundant in atmospheric air.
These are skills that were not abundant in supervisory agencies some years ago," said Dickson, who is also the head of Canada's main financial services regulator, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI).
inaequalis was not abundant in those locations, possibly due to environmental conditions or maintenance practices.
There is a small price to be paid for its beautiful lines, as rear leg and headroom are not abundant.
Kasseb also explained that producers and venues willing to work with English singers in Egypt were not abundant, saying: "It makes you work harder to prove you are good.
And their art is not abundant [enough] to create a fair.
He was also an advocate for veterans, urging the country to repay their service (since money was not abundant in the new young country) with land grants in some of the new territories farther west.
Alluding butane-1 project start-up, the official noted that the product is a valuable and not abundant product which the country imported until last year adding not only the project will meet domestic needs but will turn the country into an exporter of the product.
He further pointed to the butane-1 project start-up, and said that the product is a valuable and not abundant product which the country imported until last year, adding the project will not only meet domestic needs but also turn the country into an exporter of the product.