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adjective as in raised

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In the hardest hit regions, villages lack even the resources to stay hydrated and nourished.

His fury nourished him, making him intense and unpredictable, but also keeping him focused and productive.

Spiritual striving and religious growth are best nourished in a spirit of openness.

In other words, we are not simply nourished by the soil, we are of the soil!

These 10 authors had similar epicurean tendencies, which nourished their writing—and often spilled into it.

He is well nourished, but seems to have been worried into a system of small deceptions which the woman magnifies into deadly sins.

It is said that food passes through its body as fast as it is eaten, so it is not nourished, and soon dies for this reason.

He wills that each tender human plant be nourished and cherished until well fitted to fill its place and calling in life.

Holbach was nourished on what might be called scientific rather than philosophical traditions.

Born of the dreams of humble people who toiled and served for the freedom on which she was nourished, Canada must be forever free!


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nourished, such as: bred, educated, trained, fostered, nursed, and prepared.

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