Definition of meagre
(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality.
Its greatest weakness is its meager budget and limited scope.
Example of meagre
A staggering 71% of workers in the industry don't even have access to a pension at work and many will be reliant on a meagre state pension to provide their retirement income.
All the same he would queue up with the other drones for hours to receive his meagre earnings.
Although she was managing to get by on the meagre salary she drew tutoring primary-school children after school, it most likely wouldn't last.
And from what I've seen, you're pretty content with your meagre wardrobe.
But elsewhere, it wasn't taken seriously and anti-virus programs were used meagrely in the eastern part of the globe.
Colin Farrell, the latest Irish actor to make it in Hollywood, might command millions for a movie, but other Irish actors are struggling on meagre wages in theatre and television at home.
Earnings on this level fall to a meagre three cents a share.
He began to drink heavily, left London in 1914, and spent the rest of his life roaming around Ireland, living off meagre earnings from hastily scribbled articles and stories.
He had laid off some heavy bets recently and his meagre earnings as a postman would not cover them.
He lives very meagerly and asks no buddy for help, they don't care.