[ US /mæɫˈnɝɪʃt/ ]
[ UK /mˌælnˈʌɹɪʃt/ ]
  1. not being provided with adequate nourishment
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How To Use malnourished In A Sentence

  • It's also amply clear that most hospital staff would rather do without this invasion of ill-clad, barefooted, malnourished, baby-clutching mothers.
  • It is a poor, isolated place, full of poverty-stricken villagers and their malnourished children.
  • Tonight, this involves trying to coax a malnourished bear out of a cave. Times, Sunday Times
  • International Medical Corps Program "Saving the Lives of Malnourished Children" has been chosen as one of 25 projects eligible for receiving up to 1.5 million dollars in funding from the American Express Members Projects. In This Election, The Winners are the Children
  • Children who are malnourished with chronic diarrhoea have defective gastric acid secretion.
  • Carts pulled by malnourished oxen and bicycles were the main modes of transportation.
  • Malnourished individuals with lowered blood choline frequently display liver steatosis and related dysfunctions; these often respond favorably to PC supplementation.
  • Yet 27 per cent of children under the age of three are malnourished in Kerala.
  • None of Manne's authors have unearthed an observation of Aborigines starving or even malnourished.
  • There are no doctors on duty overnight, and by morning this malnourished child is not moving.
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