- a deficient in amount or quality or extent
- r to a meager degree or in a meager manner
these voices are meagerly represented at the conference
- The apartment is meagerly furnished, but it has two enormous closets stuffed with the props and trappings of a 19th century itinerant actor: hats, coats, canes, umbrellas .
- Her case revealed a mental-health system too distracted and meagerly funded to decide what to do with her.
- Most people would think twice before abandoning a high-flying executive lifestyle in Paris in exchange for an insecure, meagerly paid job in one of Europe's poorest countries.
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J. Cole is linking with a longtime friend in rhyme for his next tour run. The Dreamville MC has recruited MMG wordsmith Wale for his new What Dreams May Come Tour, to support their Born Sinner and The Gifted LPs, respectively. The 27-date tour, which follows J. Cole's Dollar & A Dream dates earlier this year (meagerly priced at $1), kicks off on Sept. 10, in Miami. Cole and Wale—both under Roc ...
July 30, 2013 - Vibe Magazine
- Patrick Leahy in Washington Post
It is unconscionable that the Bush administration has so meagerly used its waiver authority,said Sen. Patrick J. Leahy (D-Vt.), the chief sponsor of legislation aimed at correcting material-support provisions. "These are victimized people...