Definition of barrenly in English:

barrenly

adverb

  • See barren

    • ‘‘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.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The catalogue, indeed, makes out Penone's work to be sad, even sinister, rather than barrenly clever.’
    • ‘They're better than context, at once barrenly isolated and cozily insulated.’

Pronunciation

barrenly

/ˈbarənli/