Thesaurus / meagerness

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Paul is indicating the meagerness of his direct contact with the original apostles.

He laughingly ascribes the meagerness of his output to indolence; but there may be a deeper reason, of which he is unconscious.

What is here said of the plan of the Acts explains still more strikingly the meagerness of the record of the third journey.

The meagerness of their clothing is one of the tokens of their sanctity.

From Egypt to JapanHenry M. Field

Atilio was giving vent to his melancholy by lamenting the meagerness of the afternoon tea.

The Enemies of WomenVicente Blasco Ibez

The outstanding notes of his boyhood had been poverty and meagerness.

The Vision SpendidWilliam MacLeod Raine

The brevity and meagerness of these official reports often leave one puzzled as to their meaning.

The Opium MonopolyEllen Newbold La Motte

Why shouldn't she want life's fullness instead of life's meagerness and its breadth instead of its bigotries?

The Tyranny of WeaknessCharles Neville Buck

It was evident that the trio were disappointed in the meagerness of his story.

The Rest Hollow MysteryRebecca N. Porter

We recognize its meagerness; we see in it the timidity of politicians; but beyond and through all, we see a promise of the future.

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