1. the quality of being meager
    an exiguity of cloth that would only allow of miniature capes
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How To Use meagreness In A Sentence

  • Congress to make me, and allowanced to its meagreness by men who traduced and vilified the loved wife of the great man who made them, and from whom they amassed great fortunes -- for Weed, and Behind the scenes,
  • True believers can even take encouragement from the meagreness of so much of the action in Coimbra.
  • He is quite content as the job satisfaction eclipses the meagreness of income.
  • On Tuesday evening a telegraphic despatch was published, but, owing to the meagreness of its contents, did not remove the apprehensions previously existing.
  • However, the commissioners admitted such compulsion was rarely realistic, considering the meagreness of most women's wages.
  • Through the heat of this long ride, we felt our total lack of water and the meagreness of our supply of food.
  • In the same church I had the misfortune to see in the boxes a pair of horrible mummies, decked off with robes and ornaments -- a count of Nassau-Saarwerden and his daughter, according to the custodian -- an unhappy pair who, having escaped our common doom of corruption by some physical aridity or meagreness, have been compelled to leave their tombs and attitudinize as works of art. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 31, October, 1873
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