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Synonyms for measly

Synonyms for measly

Synonyms for measly

contemptibly small in amount

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The Leeds rockers went through the motions for a measly hour, left out several better-known singles and couldn't be bothered to play an encore - yet the bulk of fans still appeared to go home reasonably happy.
Why waste a third of a day's bad fat on two measly cookies?
But a manatee's blubber layer measures a measly 5 millimeters (0.
This is a great read, and it's yours for one measly dollar to: PO Box 1282, Fullerton, CA 92836.
TWO senior citizens have been viciously mugged for a few measly pounds and a packet of cigarettes.
But that measly $25 million on his head isn't enough for these guys who surround him.
If Clinton really wanted to help poor students go to college, he could have boosted the Pell grants more than a measly $300.
Agnew could have used some statute-of-limitations help on a measly $2,500 bribe (or two) from before he ever became vice president.
However, if the 18 level fails as technical support, there is only a measly 63,000 puts in residence at the 17.
WHEN a measly 19p an hour is hailed as if it was a Lotto win we can appreciate how Britain's low-paid workers have been robbed blind these past few years.
The park has been in existence and very well maintained for many years, without a measly car park contribution.
Unite's Brian Boy said: "BAA's measly pay offer is nothing short of confrontational.
You claim to be a world statesman yet embarrass yourself and your position over 500 measly quid.
Akmal hit 59 off 42 deliveries and put on 85 runs for the third wicket with stand-in skipper Misbahul-Haq as Pakistan comfortably chased down Australia's measly total of 108.
The British economy has a measly 3% or 4% a year, whereas in Zimbabwe it is running at 150,00%.