Did you perhaps mean spartan?
- adv. In a spartan manner.
- spartan + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Ave where, while our parents meditated endlessly, Mallika and I (and numerous other kids of recently recruited meditators -- my dad has always had an instinct for starting movements himself) were forced to entertain ourselves in spartanly furnished rooms that smelled of broccoli and tofu.”
“Designed by the leading Chinese architect Pei Zhu, whose Olympic digital command center looks like a monolithic microchip, it offers spartanly stylish rooms at 1,280 yuan (about $166, at 7.7 yuan to the dollar) a night, in a five-story minimalist box wrapped in a diaphanous fiberglass grid.”
“When folks had a lot of cravings, they gained, even if they ate spartanly.”
“The doctor's space was small and outfitted spartanly.”
“Jeremy had cooked dinner with his customary skill—Jason's dinners tended to be spartanly plain and Joshua's absentmindedly burnt.”
“The main room was neat and spartanly furnished with a carved wooden table and seven chairs.”
“Gracious in the style of nineteenth-century diplomats, he lived spartanly at the old castle, his room overlooking the Vistula.”
“During those dispiriting days, with at least two decades of social and literary activity behind him, spartanly supporting himself and his family on little more than a few thousand dollars a year, Goodman was shaken with the belittling thought that the most 'expressive relation' to an America of 'venality and folly,' 'to that stingy world,' he could possibly manage was 'to be spitefully Utopian, to bawl.”
“Since Mr. McKay owned no furniture, the agency drew $703 from the Neediest Cases Fund to spartanly fill out the room.”
“In his later years, Savile moved between five spartanly furnished flats dotted around the country while constantly travelling to do charity work.”
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