meagrely

  • 1 Meagrely — Meagerly Mea ger*ly, Meagrely Mea gre*ly, adv. Poorly; thinly. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 meagrely — mɪːgÉ™(r)lɪ adv. leanly, thinly; poorly; insufficiently, in a manner lacking amount or quantity (also meagrely) …

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  • 3 meagrely — adverb In a meagre way; poorly; inadequately …

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  • 4 meagrely — See: meagre …

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  • 5 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, ↑sparingly, ↑slenderly • Ant: ↑amply ( …

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  • 6 Crawford, Isabella Valancy — born Dec. 25, 1850, Dublin, Ire. died Feb. 12, 1887, Toronto, Ont., Can. Irish born Canadian poet. She immigrated to Canada with her family in 1858. From 1875 until her death, she lived with her mother in Toronto, meagrely sustained by sales of… …

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  • 7 Meagerly — Mea ger*ly, Meagrely Mea gre*ly, adv. Poorly; thinly. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 Killarney National Park — Infobox protected area | name = Killarney National Park iucn category = II caption = locator x = locator y = location = Killarney, Ireland nearest city = Cork lat degrees = 51 lat minutes = 59 lat seconds = 36 lat direction = N long degrees = 9… …

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  • 9 Bartholomites — is the name given to the Roman Catholic congregation of Armenian monks who sought refuge in Italy after the invasion of their country by the Sultan of Egypt in 1296. HistoryThe first of their number landed at Genoa, where a church of St.… …

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  • 10 jordan — /jawr dn/, n. Brit. Dial. See chamber pot. [1350 1400; ME jurdan urinal, perh. after JORDAN, the river, by coarse jesting] * * * Jordan Introduction Jordan Background: For most of its history since independence from British administration in 1946 …

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  • 11 Jordan — Jordanian /jawr day nee euhn/, n., adj. /jawr dn/; for 3 also Fr. /zhawrdd dahonn /, n. 1. David Starr /stahr/, 1851 1931, U.S. biologist and educator. 2. June, born 1936, U.S. poet, novelist, and essayist. 3. Marie Ennemond Camille /mann rddee… …

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  • 12 World War II — the war between the Axis and the Allies, beginning on September 1, 1939, with the German invasion of Poland and ending with the surrender of Germany on May 8, 1945, and of Japan on August 14, 1945. Abbr.: WWII * * * or Second World War (1939–45)… …

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  • 13 Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann — born Nov. 22, 1710, Weimar, Saxe Weimar died July 1, 1784, Berlin German composer and organist. Eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach, he was trained by his father. One of the finest organists of his time, he held important organist posts in… …

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  • 14 Harvey, William — born April 1, 1578, Folkestone, Kent, Eng. died June 3, 1657, London English physician. He studied at Cambridge University and later at the University of Padua, then considered the best medical school in Europe. After receiving a medical diploma …

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  • 15 Larousse, Pierre — ▪ French encyclopaedist born Oct. 23, 1817, Toucy, Fr. died Jan. 3, 1875, Paris       grammarian, lexicographer, and encyclopaedist who published many of the outstanding educational and reference works of 19th century France, including the Grand… …

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  • 16 Urartian language — also called  Chaldean  or  Vannic        ancient language spoken in northeastern Anatolia and used as the official language of Urartu in the 9th–6th centuries BCE. Urartu centred on the district of Lake Van (Van, Lake) but also extended over the… …

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  • 17 Bartholomites — • The name given to Armenian monks who sought refuge in Italy after the invasion of their country by the Sultan of Egypt in 1296 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Bartholomites     Bartholomites …

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  • 18 meagre — mea|gre BrE meager AmE [ˈmi:gə US ər] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : French; Origin: maigre, from Latin macer thin ] a meagre amount of food, money etc is too small and is much less than you need ▪ a meagre diet of bread and beans meagre… …

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  • 19 meagerly — (adv.) also meagrely, 1580s, from MEAGER (Cf. meager) + LY (Cf. ly) (2) …

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  • 20 meagerly — mɪːgÉ™(r)lɪ adv. leanly, thinly; poorly; insufficiently, in a manner lacking amount or quantity (also meagrely) …

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