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also a·nae·mic  (ə-nē′mĭk)
1. Relating to or suffering from anemia.
2. Lacking vitality; listless and weak: an anemic attempt to hit the baseball; an anemic economic recovery.

a·ne′mi·cal·ly adv.


the usual US spelling of anaemically
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Growth across the globe continues anemically with emerging markets and developing economies expected to grow twice the rate of the more developed established economies and these remain the bright spot for the steel industries.
21) In denying the parties' joint-consent motion for exclusion of time under the Speedy Trial Act, (22) the court reasoned that "it would undermine the public's confidence in the administration of justice and promote disrespect for the law" for a defendant to be "prosecuted so anemically for engaging in such egregious conduct for such a sustained period of time.
In fact, we have repeatedly committed unjustified and egregious strategic errors, and responded anemically to Russian threats.
The Bushes did not want to be put on the couch, but the thin-skinned Obama jumped on the couch at his news conference, defensively whining about Republicans, Putin, Israel and Hamas and explaining academically and anemically how he's trying to do the right thing but it's all beyond his control.
141) Criticism has been widespread; the Tulare Lake case itself lacks precedential value (and was later repudiated, albeit anemically, by the judge who wrote it (142)); and many more cases have rejected its analytical methodology than have followed it.
The Pew research shows digital advertising now represents 15 percent of total newspaper ad revenue, but has grown anemically the past two years and does not come close to covering print ad losses.
Our young Master gave what we poets know (and dread) as a "reading," anemically reprising his written argument at some length, accompanied by the visual hum of projected pdfs.