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Synonyms for paltry

not worth considering

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contemptibly small in amount

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Also in the race was Mr Mwangi Kabacho who finished last after garnering a paltry 1,004,852 votes.
His refusal to apologise and the paltry PS22,000 for the girl he attacked when she was seven shows utter contempt.
It's only what she deserves and would mean more than your paltry settlement.
The PDP president's silence indicates the party's complicity in co- authoring this paltry flood relief package and has come as a shocking disappointment for thousands of flood victims"Mattu said.
Delhi Private School's Rahul Bhatia came up with a fine four-wicket spell as Elite English School were dismissed for a paltry 58 runs.
Paying customers a paltry EUR25 for a month-long meltdown will do little to restore confidence.
After reviewing the evidence, Grand Slam committee director Bill Babcock opted to let her off with a paltry 2,000 dollars fine, The Telegraph reports.
In Division Three, James Liddiard took five for 10, and Jacob van Galen three for 16, as Lichfield sent Coleshill packing for a paltry 86.
I cannot be the only one who thinks it utterly insane that you can now be in London in a little over double the time it takes you to get from Liverpool to Manchester - a paltry 30 miles or so.
The veteran broadcaster attracted criticism when he wrote in the Radio Times that Goody represented EoACA[pounds sterling]all that is paltry and wretchedEoACA[yen] about modern Britain.
Cancer victim Jade Goody came to represent "all that's paltry and wretched about Britain", Sir Michael Parkinson has said.
of little amount, value, or importance He got a paltry raise.
Meanwhile, Sock meets the woman of his dreams - but she quickly turns into a nightmare by turning out to be a succubus, who steals a year of his life for just one paltry snog.
Only 14% consider current conditions excellent or good, and a paltry 8% perceive they are getting better.
Summary: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak hosted Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdel-Aziz on Wednesday for a summit that was expected to focus on the power struggle in Lebanon, the war in Iraq, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and the paltry state of inter-Arab relations.