What is another word for Leanly?

Pronunciation: [lˈiːnli] (IPA)

"Leanly" is an adverb that describes a situation or condition where something is done in an economical manner. There are several synonyms for the word "leanly" that you can use to convey the same message or meaning. Some of these synonyms include frugally, efficiently, sparingly, thriftily, and economically. To simplify, the same concept can be portrayed with the use of other words such as conservatively, prudently, and judiciously. These words can be utilized both informally and formally, depending on the context they are being used in. Whatever synonym suits the occasion and purpose must be chosen thoughtfully, making sure they merge seamlessly with the context.

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What are the hypernyms for Leanly?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Leanly

Nasmyth was a tall man, apparently under thirty, and Leanly muscular, as were his companions, for those who swing the axe from dawn to dusk in that wilderness seldom put on flesh.
"The Greater Power"
Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton
This was partly because my purse was but Leanly provided, and partly because I had ever in mind with regard to such creatures the wise saying of the Athenian concerning the girl Lais, that it was not worth while to spend a fortune to gain a regret.
"The God of Love"
Justin Huntly McCarthy
It wriggles up and along a ridge, with the glaucous spathes of grass trees standing like spears on each hand, and where wattle and tough she-oaks grow Leanly out of hard soil, thickly strewn with buckshot gravel, rust-coloured.
"Tropic Days"
E. J. Banfield

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