Definition of innutrition in English:

innutrition

Syllabification: in·nu·tri·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌi(n)n(y)o͞oˈtriSHən
 
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noun

rare
  • Lack of nourishment.
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    • This, the speaker thought, was explainable on various grounds not necessary to enter into now at large, chiefly innutrition and bad hygienic surroundings, induced by straitened circumstances.
    • Malaria will cause fever we know; deficient ventilation will propagate it; innutrition will render it more fatal.

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