There are surely more applications in the pipeline, but these early numbers are anemic.
Soon after my article was published, McCain was placed on probation at the Times, purportedly because of his anemic work habits.
But the financial team was truly concerned about allowing an average tax hike of $3,000 in an anemic economy.
Given the anemic economy and three upcoming debates, he is hardly out of the game.
Polls taken shortly before Obama's inauguration put Dick Cheney's approval rating at an anemic 30% in his home state.
It is not necessary to specify the diseases from which a child may suffer and recover, in an anemic condition.
Dora is always saying that she is anemic, but of course that is not true.
The only thing he could think of with which to compare the Cirissins was the intestinal complex of an anemic elephant.
Dora is kept in bed to-day and our Doctor says too that she's anemic.
Mother says she is anemic; that sounds frightfully interesting, but I don't quite know what it means.
A deficiency in the oxygen-carrying component of the blood, as in the amount of hemoglobin or the number or volume of red blood cells. Iron deficiency, often caused by inadequate dietary consumption of iron, and blood loss are common causes of anemia. See also aplastic anemia, hemolytic anemia.and sickle cell anemia.