Like in the U.S., these meager sales follow massive growth from last year.
Never mind Hernandez's meager 34 percent plurality in the fiercely battled contest.
What meager services are available will have to be spread even thinner.
They are suspected of financially exploiting their captives for the meager $674 per month they received in government benefits.
More disappointing yet is the movie's critical reaction, a meager 15 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
From this meager thing her great need could in a way create the feeling that she was going to meet Howie.
Over the area of the plain and the rolling hills were meager wisps of clouds.
Narrow and meager social life means limitation of the scope of activities in which its members may engage.
The tall, meager figure of Mrs. Caley appeared upon the porch.
The transitory amazement of a few relatives was a meager consolation for the doubts and agonies of nine slow months.
late 14c. (late 12c. as a surname), "lean, thin, emaciated" (of persons or animals), from Old French megre, maigre "thin" (12c.), from Latin macrum (nominative macer) "lean, thin" (source of Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian magro), from PIE *makro- (see macro-). Of material things (land, food, etc.) from early 15c. Cognate Germanic words (Old Norse magr "thin," Old High German magar, German mager, Middle Dutch magher, Dutch mager, Old English mæger) come directly from the PIE root via Proto-Germanic *magras and are not from Latin.