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Definition of "meagrely" [meagrely]

  • In a meagre way; poorly; inadequately. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "meagrely" in a sentence
  • "One by one, like a flight of swallows, our more meagrely sparred and canvassed yachts went by, leaving them wallowing and dead and shortening down in what they called a gale but which we called a dandy sailing breeze."
  • "For five days he toiled on at "Overdue," going nowhere, seeing nobody, and eating meagrely."
  • "The first summer lapsed away; and Joanna meagrely maintained herself by the shop, which now consisted of little more than a window and a counter."