English words and Examples of Usage

use "scarce" in a sentence

Scarce food and water have raised fears of a humanitarian disaster.

But in Liuzzo's hometown of Detroit, such public recognition is scarce.

If arts programs are scarce, invest in a keyboard or guitar for the home.

In the city, drinking water is scarce, but it is even harder to find food.

Fire officials circled the cabin with police tape, though gawkers were scarce.

Diamonds, once a scarce resource, are perhaps quickly becoming abundant.

Details are scarce at this point, but company is working to remedy the situation.

Even if they don't have to fight, jobs are scarce in the shattered economy.

Here is where this account becomes a bit tricky, because concrete evidence is scarce.

With temperatures frequently exceeding 40oC in the summer, water is in scarce supply.

By contrast, doves on inflation are scarce in the commodity and currency markets.

There, by definition, land is scarce and higher demand translates into higher land rents.

The supply of new homes has been scarce, so greater construction could result in more sales.

But natural gas is quite scarce and awfully expensive in many parts of the Middle East.

Land was scarce and expensive, so the newcomers built small, simple homes wherever they could.

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