undernourishment

[ uhn-der-nur-isht, -nuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF undernourishment
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNDERNOURISHMENT

It was a pretty, young face, but pale and thin from undernourishment.

Her body was lean, but whether from exercise or undernourishment he couldn't be sure.

Eating sweets instead of other food is also bad and a cause of undernourishment.

They do not want a postwar America which suffers from undernourishment or slums--or the dole.

The war used him up, I reckon, and anxiety and undernourishment used up his wife and children.

Premature old age, due to overwork and undernourishment, is on its way to be proceeded against as a record of social neglect.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR UNDERNOURISHMENT

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