stintedly

stintedly

(ˈstɪntɪdlɪ)
adv
in a stinted, scant, or limited manner
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stint (1200); 1: stinting (1338; -ing, 1338 -ance*, 1605); 3: stinter (1598); 6: stinting (1867); 8: stinted (1513); 11: stintingly (1857); 15: stintedly (1863); 16: stintedness (1827); 17.
The ugly fact cannot be concealed from history that it was done reluctantly and stintedly, and that even the degree that was accomplished was done selfishly; was merely a war-measure, to which we were forced by our own perils and necessities.