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An uneducated, underbred, and underfed propertyless man is a man who has lost the possibility of liberty.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
In North Germany, at Ilmenau, we were constantly pained by meeting peasants who looked underfed and miserable.
"Nature has no heart," said he, very bitterly and readily, as people do who are over-philosophised and underfed.
IN A GERMAN PENSIONKATHERINE MANSFIELD
The pecuniary struggle produces an underfed class, of large proportions.
They had been underfed, under-clothed, singled out for all the disagreeable work and all the abuse—because they were English.
SERVANTS OF THE GUNSJEFFERY E. JEFFERY
The underfed workman does not ask for a tonic, but for better economic conditions which shall prevent malnutrition.
THE MONTESSORI METHODMARIA MONTESSORI
Our horses are worn-out and underfed, their life is very hard, and it is imperative that we should have them reinforced.
On a platform sat three depressed and underfed wretches, who, I thought, were to be immediately garrotted.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT
The animals were hastily mobilized and incompletely equipped, overworked and underfed.
It is especially good for those who are anæmic and underfed as well as for those who suffer in the opposite way from over-feeding.

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