Definition of Meagres

1. Noun. (plural of meagre) ¹



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Definition of Meagres

1. meagre [n] - See also: meagre

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meagres

meadowy
meads
meadsweet
meadwort
meady
meager
meagerer
meagerest
meagerly
meagerness
meagernesses
meagre
meagrely
meagreness
meagrer
meagres (current term)
meagrest
meagry
meak
meaks
meal
meal-tide
meal-tides
meal plan
meal ticket
meal tickets
meal worm
mealberry
mealed
mealer

Literary usage of Meagres

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1. The War Office, Past and Present by Owen Wheeler (1914)
"... Victorious Return to the Court of Gargantua after extirpating the Soupe-meagres of Bouille-land." The Duke is here represented as being received by his ..."

2. The Fisheries of the Adriatic and the Fish Thereof: A Report of the Austro by G. L. Faber (1883)
"... Weevers, Scorpions, and the Poor in spring and autumn; meagres in spring and summer; Gar-pike, Whiting, Horse Mackerel, and Lizza in summer; ..."

3. Guide to the Gallery of Fishes in the Department of Zoology of the British by William George Ridewood (1908)
"... another small family with a single genus, Sillago, are small fishes related to the meagres of the next family, ..."

4. Anecdotes, Religious, Moral, and Entertaining: Alphabetically Arranged and by Charles Buck (1841)
"... which dilutes the doctrines, softens the precepts, lowers the sanctions, and mutilates the scheme of Christianity ; which meagres it in undefined ..."

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