unstimulating

[ stim-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF unstimulating
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There is a rich variety of these kinds of food, and they are wholesome and unstimulating.

He adhered, without wavering, to plain and unstimulating food, and to water for drink.

I also recommended exercise in the open air, such as she could best endure; and withal, a plain, unstimulating diet.

A lifetime of narrow, unstimulating years and thwarted instincts had made age treat her ill.

The truth is, that vegetable food is not only more quiet and unstimulating than any other, but it holds out longer also.

In lieu of whisky, there was a beverage most innocuous, unstimulating and unpalatable to the army of dusky laborers.

The diet should be plain and unstimulating, condiments being avoided and plenty of fresh vegetables taken, if possible.

Rest, low and unstimulating diet, will complete the requirements necessary to a speedy recovery.

A cool, unstimulating vegetable and farinaceous diet may delay the development of the sexual system several months or a year.

The thirst can be allayed by drinking cold water, barley-water, and other preparations of an unstimulating character.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from Latin stimulatus, past participle of stimulare (see stimulation). Related: Stimulated; stimulating.

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