[ US /ˈnɝɪʃt/ ]
[ UK /nˈʌɹɪʃt/ ]
  1. being provided with adequate nourishment
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How To Use nourished In A Sentence

  • This was further compounded by the fact that Victorian children moved up to twenty corves per day, whilst being sick, malnourished and demoralised in many cases.
  • She was undernourished, an observation that prompted yet another unasked question.
  • No wonder old Jocelyn had called her "wilding" -- she was indeed a "wilding" or weed, -- growing up unwanted in the garden of the world, destined to be pulled out of the soil where she had nourished and thrown contemptuously aside. Innocent : her fancy and his fact
  • It assists tens of thousands of refugees from the Central African Republic and runs special feeding programs for school children and for thousands of malnourished children and pregnant and lactating women. UN Suspends Food Aid Deliveries to Chad Through Libya
  • Studies performed in undernourished patients without respiratory disease have suggested that malnutrition may impair skeletal muscle contractility.
  • Her mother was a distant figure, and throughout her childhood Jane nourished a desperate love for her that she felt was unrequited.
  • I suspect that if the cops started hassling all the well-nourished bald guys with chin whiskers, I might soon find this tiresome.
  • Perhaps he had never had any talent for it; perhaps it had withered away, unnourished. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • It is said that from that day forth, he was solely nourished by the Holy Eucharist.
  • She was thin and undernourished, her pallid skin the colour of the rare arctic mushrooms in Professor Saito's plant laboratory. RUSHING TO PARADISE
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