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- adv. In a meager way; poorly; inadequately.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as meager, 2. Opposite of
- adv. Poorly; thinly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Poorly; thinly; sparely; feebly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. to a meager degree or in a meager manner
- adj. deficient in amount or quality or extent
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The ideal candidate should have politics that are meagerly informed but deeply held.
How can someone who once had so much live so meagerly?
So far during this recovery, business has invested furiously in the emerging markets and meagerly in America.
• Inflation-adjusted after-tax incomes of Americans, up 2% since June 2009, haven't grown so meagerly in the early stages of any other post-World War II upturn.
Shockingly, Ripley's return to LV-426 comes with a plethora of highly trained marines by her side — yet it's this meagerly trained warehouse worker that manages to outlive the rest and take out Aliens like the best.
The tragedy of love is not (what it is thought to be) the unreciprocated love, but the meagerly returned love.
She lived meagerly and saved what she could in her 401K.
It wasn't until I decided to stop my job search, live meagerly for a year and give back to the community through what became my non-profit inspirational website, Go Inspire Go (GIG), that I found true happiness.
They are part of a loose-knit, meagerly armed, local defense force called the Arrow Boys.
If you decide to join a strange religious sect, we will bite our tongues and meagerly attend 'Knight and Day.'