[ US /ˈnutɹətɪv/ ]
[ UK /njˈuːtɹɪtˌɪv/ ]
  1. of or providing nourishment
    good nourishing stew
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How To Use nutritive In A Sentence

  • Earlier they used to provide some nutritive food supplements to the poor patients.
  • Bilberry has been used as food for centuries due to its high nutritive value, and today represents a precious wild delicacy.
  • Food quality and nutritive value can be altered, and food allergies can also be a serious concern.
  • The nutritive arguments still stand and I would not make a habit of eating lots of white bread.
  • Beef extracts have condimental value imparting taste and flavor, which make them useful for soup stocks, but they furnish little in the way of nutritive substance. Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value
  • Additionally, the foam does not outgas harmful chemicals and it offers no nutritive value to termites.
  • This will decrease the nutritive value and the taste and colour will also change.
  • Milk protein has a smooth mouthfeel and high nutritive and biological values.
  • Page 423 fumes or exhalations, from this bed of clay, may have a vivific nutritive quality, and be received by the fibres of the roots, or being condensed in the atmosphere by nocturnal chills, fall with dews upon the leaves and twigs of these plants, and there absorbed, become nutritive or exhilerating to them. Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Chactaws; Containing An Account of the Soil and Natural Producti
  • Nutritive value of terricolous lichens to reindeer in winter. Climate change and reindeer nomadism in Finnmark, Norway
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