Definition of Barrenly

1. adv. Unfruitfully; unproductively.



Definition of Barrenly

1. Adverb. unfruitfully; unproductively ¹

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Definition of Barrenly

1. barren [adv] - See also: barren

Medical Definition of Barrenly

1. Unfruitfully; unproductively. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barrenly

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barrelhouse
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barreling
barrelled
barrellike
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barrelsful
barren
barren ground caribou
barren of(p)
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barrenly (current term)
barrenness
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Literary usage of Barrenly

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1. The Autobiography, Times, Opinions, and Contemporaries of Sir Egerton by Sir Egerton Brydges (1834)
"... written drily and barrenly—Autobiography—William Gifford—Bysshe Shelley—Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle — Falsified memoirs—Fame sometimes bestowed where ..."

2. An Historical Presentation of Augustinism and Pelagianism from the Original by Gustav Friedrich Wiggers (1840)
"... the man who does well fruitfully and the one who does well barrenly ... that we should be barrenly good ; but we are not good in whatever we are barren. ..."

3. Revolutionary Essays in Socialist Faith and Fancy by Peter Edward Burrowes (1903)
"and after each experience; the quiescent self barrenly moved upon, or moving barrenly upon something else, let us take the moral world movement itself as ..."

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