Second, we have in Barack Obama a president who values Britain as meanly as he might Arizona.
You will not deem so meanly of me as to believe that I shall regard Mr. —— with the jaundiced eye of disappointed passion.
I was angry at the prince for involving my affairs so meanly.
After the visit to Jimmy, which made Trampy so meanly jealous, she lost no opportunity of inquiring.
I was disgusted with myself, and meanly angry with her for having rendered me so.
There was nothing grovelling or low, or meanly selfish that came near the head or the heart of Mr. Calhoun.
Of what use, then, to be a Queen, if thereby I may not escape the evil of the meanly born?
Is he to sit down tamely and meanly under disgrace and injury?
"Ferguson treats me meanly," he said, just after the last rise of Gilbert.
The Celtic quarter, which was in Connaught, was old and meanly built.