Meanly

Definition of Meanly

Mean´ly
adv.1.Moderately.
A man meanly learned himself, but not meanly affectioned to set forward learning in others.
- Ascham.
1.In a mean manner; unworthily; basely; poorly; ungenerously.
While the heaven-born child
All meanly wrapt in the rude manger lies.
- Milton.
Would you meanly thus rely
On power you know I must obey ?
- Prior.
We can not bear to have others think meanly of them [our kindred].
- I. Watts.

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abjectly, abominably, arrantly, atrociously, balefully, basely, closefistedly, commonly, contemptibly, despicably, execrably, flagrantly, foully, grossly, harmfully, hatefully, heinously, illiberally, in spite, inferiorly, iniquitously, invidiously, maleficently, malevolently, maliciously, malignantly, miserably, monstrously, nastily, nefariously, niggardly, noxiously, obnoxiously, odiously, ornerily, pettily, poorly, scurvily, shabbily, shoddily, sordidly, spitefully, stingily, tightfistedly, ungenerously, vilely, wickedly, with bad intent, with malice aforethought, with malice prepense, wretchedly
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