undernourishment

NOUN
  1. not having enough food to develop or function normally
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How To Use undernourishment In A Sentence

  • Nowhere, perhaps, is this as exasperating as in the terrible continuation of massive hunger and undernourishment in India.
  • Her figure was thin from undernourishment and her complexion a morose sickly gray.
  • Forty per cent of children under five in developing countries are short for their age because of undernourishment.
  • The workers' ignorance compounds their poverty: everywhere, failure to follow the most elementary rules of diet makes undernourishment worse.
  • He was lean from undernourishment, and had to be at least sixty-years-old.
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