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adjective as in healthful

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It’s hard to know if I keep going there for the tikka masala, which is delicious, or the optimism, which is even more nourishing.

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The result is a nourishing, flavorful meal that’s an excellent way to use up any leftover horseradish and soup vegetables you might have from Passover.

Regardless of the inspiration, I’m thankful for it and happy to share this recipe for a comforting, nourishing and one-pot vegan soup.

This is my family’s favorite chicken soup, one I make when someone at home is feeling under the weather or needs a little nourishing restoration.

Lotions are light and tend to be water-based, while thicker creams and ointments have a higher percentage of fats and oils, which are hydrating and nourishing.

In effect, then, the resort is harnessing the power of the sun to turn seawater into a nourishing resource—for people and plants.

Yet the dread has an oddly nourishing quality; this dread invigorates.

Everybody knows it, that feeling of entering a park: peeling off the city streets and into that nourishing sense of calm.

Plus, what about the mammalian issues standing up so long might create: the need to eat and drink a nourishing balanced diet?

Turns out, nourishing your body with real food actually makes you feel better.

Meanwhile Fleurette had her nourishing food, and grew more like the ghost of a lily every day.

Light and nourishing dishes are prepared for my dinner; a hot-water bottle is placed in my bed; and in the bedroom a fire is lit.

It attains a prodigious size in those countries where the pasture is rich and nourishing.

Not only that, but, as they soon discovered, these dishes were fully as invigorating and nourishing as a meat diet.

Here were good beds, nourishing food, delicacies from the stores of the Christian and Sanitary Commissions, and kind attention.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nourishing, such as: wholesome, alimentative, beneficial, health-giving, healthy, and nutrient.

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