1. by a small margin;
2. in a sparse or scanty way;
Their performance is barely satisfactory.
He took barely enough money to keep the children in bread.
His handwriting is barely legible.
His lips curved in a barely perceptible smile.
He barely caught the train.
He stamped his feet as he waited with barely concealed impatience for the telephone.
He was barely listening until the salary was mentioned. Then he pricked up his ears.
His argument was barely intelligible.
The islanders could barely survive without an export crop.
The project was barely in embryo.
We barely had time to catch the train.
We barely arrived than it was time to leave.
The shore was barely visible through the fog.
The room is barely furnished.
There was a barely veiled hostility in her tone.
I had barely come in when the telephone rang.
The music was barely audible.
The food at the hotel was barely edible.
Dave pulled a back muscle and could barely kick the ball.
Through the smoky prism of time, I could just barely make out my father as a young man.
The Boeing 767 had barely taxied to a halt before its doors were flung open.
The commission had barely begun to make a dent in the problem.
Barely fifteen months later, it has become a cautionary tale of the pitfalls of international mergers and acquisitions.
The air is so black with diesel fumes and coal dust, I can barely see.
Barely had I set foot in the street when I realised I was lost.
It was 90 degrees and the air conditioning barely cooled the room.
I was barely existing.
So far the effect is barely measurable.
hardly, scarcely, barely
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