meagrely

World English Dictionary
meagre or meager (ˈmiːɡə)
 
adj
1.  deficient in amount, quality, or extent
2.  thin or emaciated
3.  lacking in richness or strength
 
[C14: from Old French maigre,from Latin macer lean, poor]
 
meager or meager
 
adj
 
[C14: from Old French maigre,from Latin macer lean, poor]
 
'meagrely or meager
 
adv
 
'meagerly or meager
 
adv
 
'meagreness or meager
 
n
 
'meagerness or meager
 
n

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meagrely

adverb
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" [syn: meagerly] [ant: amply
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