meagrely


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Related to meagrely: meagerly
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.meagrely - to a meager degree or in a meager mannermeagrely - to a meager degree or in a meager manner; "these voices are meagerly represented at the conference"; "the area is slenderly endowed with natural resources"
Translations
بِصورَةٍ ضئيلَه، بصورةٍ هَزيلَه
hubeněskrovně
ringe
fátæklega; lélega
az/kıt şekilde

meagrely

[ˈmiːgəlɪ] meagerly (US) ADVescasamente, pobremente

meagrely

, (US) meagerly
advspärlich; livekärglich

meagre

(American) meager (ˈmiːgə) adjective
poor or not enough. meagre earnings.
ˈmeagrely adverb
ˈmeagreness noun
References in classic literature ?
For five days he toiled on at "Overdue," going nowhere, seeing nobody, and eating meagrely.
Tulliver and his family must live more meagrely and humbly, but it would only be till the profits of the business had paid off Furley's advances, and that might be while Mr.
HETTY and Dinah both slept in the second story, in rooms adjoining each other, meagrely furnished rooms, with no blinds to shut out the light, which was now beginning to gather new strength from the rising of the moon--more than enough strength to enable Hetty to move about and undress with perfect comfort.
He stopped short and looked at the brick wall of the terrace, faced with shallow arches, meagrely clothed by a few unthriving creepers, with an ill-kept narrow flower-bed along its foot.
Three coarse china plates and a broken-nosed milk-jug had been set on a greasy table scored with knife-cuts, and a couple of straw-bottomed chairs and a kitchen dresser of unpainted pine stood meagrely against the plaster walls.
They solved all their problems successfully, including those of knowing none of the people they didn't wish to, and of finding plenty of occupation in a society supposed to be meagrely provided with resources for that body which Vogelstein was to hear invoked, again and again, with the mixture of desire and of deprecation that might have attended the mention of a secret vice, under the name of a leisure-class.
The Gulenists are followers of a meagrely educated preacher, Fethullah Gulen, who had attracted a significant following among the rising merchant classes in the provinces.
Meagrely educated, Kala could only speak and write Punjabi, mostly in Devnagri script.
Pakistan, he said has an agrarian economy and a majority of the agro-based population was living in rural areas, which was contributing meagrely in green house gas emission.
The Group Areas Act was probably one of the most hated of the apartheid measures amongst Coloureds because property owners were meagrely compensated, long standing communities were broken up, and alternative accommodation was inadequate.
So the 10,784 men lying here would not have died in some romantic, baying glory on the battlefield, but in slow lonely agony with wounds modern medicine would baulk at, let alone the meagrely equipped tents of World War 1.
The two-wheeler segment, the largest in terms of sales volumes, too posted a meagrely 5.