nutriment

[ noo-truh-muh nt, nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF nutriment

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These, like other animals, should be suffered to attain their full growth, in order to have them in the best state for nutriment.

The will and the emotions demanded their nutriment and exercise as well as the intellect.

He snatched golden grain for nutriment from the hand of a goddess.

The manner in which nutriment is administered to infants is not immaterial.

The soil for its nutriment may there be well-nigh exhausted.

Turtles, we know, will live for months while entirely deprived of nutriment.

Is hemiplegia a dyspepsia of the nerves of nutriment of the brain and organs of that side?

Scanty as this nutriment was, it was sufficient to sustain life.

We shall be reduced to gnaw the very crust of the earth for nutriment.

These loaves are devoid of taste and nutriment, as well as of softness.

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