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It was a dwelling place of unusual pretentiousness for that land of "Do-without," where inexorable meagerness is the rule of life.
A PAGAN OF THE HILLSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Atilio was giving vent to his melancholy by lamenting the meagerness of the afternoon tea.
THE ENEMIES OF WOMENVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ
The meagerness and triteness of the music and piece astonished me.
RECORDS OF A GIRLHOODFRANCES ANN KEMBLE
We recognize its meagerness; we see in it the timidity of politicians; but beyond and through all, we see a promise of the future.
THE LIFE AND WORK OF SUSAN B. ANTHONY (VOLUME 1 OF 2)IDA HUSTED HARPER
The brevity and meagerness of these official reports often leave one puzzled as to their meaning.
THE OPIUM MONOPOLYELLEN NEWBOLD LA MOTTE
She could not improvise ornaments and graces; and, when she came on, the unusual meagerness of her style astonished the audience.
GREAT SINGERS, FIRST SERIESGEORGE T. FERRIS
Oh, the poverty of mortal mind, the sad meagerness of the human soul!
MINCE PIEAUTHOR: CHRISTOPHER DARLINGTON MORLEYRELEASE DATE: OCTOBER 10, 2004 [EBOOK #13694]CHRISTOPHER DARLINGTON MORLEY
The peculiar characteristic of the child's vocabulary is its meagerness.
MONTESSORI ELEMENTARY MATERIALSMARIA MONTESSORI
It was evident that the trio were disappointed in the meagerness of his story.
THE REST HOLLOW MYSTERYREBECCA N. PORTER
There was no reason now why he should continue the meagerness of their present life.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON

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