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Meagre

Mea´gre
n.1.(Zool.) A large European sciænoid fish (Sciæna umbra or Sciæna aquila), having white bloodless flesh. It is valued as a food fish.
Adj.1.meagre - deficient in amount or quality or extent; "meager resources"; "meager fare"
Synonyms: meager, meagerly
bare, barren, bony, broad, deficient, emaciated, exiguous, gaunt, general, half-starved, inadequate, indefinite, infertile, insufficient, lean, loose, measly, paltry, pathetic, piddling, plain, poor, puny, scant, scanty, scrawny, scrimpy, simple, simplified, skimpy, skinny, spare, sparse, starving, thin, trifling, unadorned, underfed, undernourished, unelaborate, unembellished, unfruitful, unproductive, vague
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meadow saffron
Meadow sage
meadow salsify
meadow saxifrage
Meadow snipe
meadow spikemoss
meadow spittlebug
meadow vole
meadow-beauty family
meadowgrass
meadowlark
Meadowsweet
Meadowy
Meager
meagerly
Meagerness
-- Meagre --
meagrely
meagreness
Meak
Meaking
Meaking iron
Meal
Meal beetle
Meal moth
meal plan
meal ticket
Meal worm
Meal-mouthed
mealberry
mealie
Mealies
Mealiness
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