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Definition of Meagerly

Meagerly
Meagerly Mea"ger*ly, Meagrely Mea"gre*ly, adv. Poorly; thinly.

Meaning of Meagerly from wikipedia

- Meager or Meagre may refer to: Meagre set (also meager set) in mathematics Mount Meager (also Mount Meagre, Mount Meagher) in British Columbia, Canada...
- Jill Meager is an English actor, artist and portrait painter. Meager studied modern languages at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. She worked for several years...
- Meager Cr**** is a cr**** in the southern Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. It flows northeast into the Lillooet River approximately...
- having many earthquakes and potentially active volcanoes, notably Mount Meager m****if, Mount Garibaldi, Mount Cayley m****if, and the Mount Edziza volcanic...
- Palma, faced an armed revolt by independence war veterans who defeated the meager government forces. The U.S. intervened by occupying Cuba and named Charles...
- immediate area lost 201 aircraft between 23 and 31 August, and despite meager reinforcements of some 100 aircraft in August, it was left with just 192...
- family. He arrived in Le Havre, where he shared cramped quarters under meager conditions. Rules against drinking, smoking, and dating were strictly enforced...
- the school's events in their magazine, he was a mediocre student, with a meager 67 grade average. Introverted and shy, Kubrick had a low attendance record...
- Telecommunications in Paraguay are meager. Paraguay has the lowest fixed-line telephone density in South America, with 5.6 lines per 100 residents, compared...
- Mount Meager is a mountain in the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada. It represents the second highest peak of the Mount...
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