meagrely meagrely


  • (adv) to a meager degree or in a meager manner



  1. Authoritative reports boiled down to this: there was probably food enough to feed the continent meagrely through the winter, if Germany would or could distribute it.
  2. Later Mozart festivals were meagrely attended, poor things after the city's golden past.
  3. Here he was treated as an ordinary mortal, which meant meagrely.
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