deficient in amount or quality or extent;
- Blackberries are not plentiful in this meagre grove, but they are easily seen from the public footpath which traverses it, and all too easily gathered.
- meagre clay 瘦粘土
He calls for Famine, and the meagre fiend Blows mildew from between his shrivelled teeth.出自： W. Cowper
The meagre condition of his horse.出自： Sir W. Scott
A meagre wiry old fellow.出自： W. Irving