Definition of barrenly in English:

barrenly

adverb

  • See barren

    • ‘The northern view to our little island Isay is blocked by the 500-metre peak of Ben Dhubh, but to the north-west, Taransay looks barrenly formidable.’
    • ‘They're better than context, at once barrenly isolated and cozily insulated.’
    • ‘The catalogue, indeed, makes out Penone's work to be sad, even sinister, rather than barrenly clever.’
    • ‘‘With Vietnam, it barrenly interfered in our internal affairs by deliberately agitating rebellions and illegal border crossings and stating it will accept those they brand as ‘refugees’,’ the daily said.’

Pronunciation

barrenly

/ˈbarənli/