- Nourishment; sustenance: the bees reprocess the food and extract the last particle of nutriment from it • figurative he took the Bible for spiritual nutrimentMore example sentences
- Eventually, in his final entry, he writes ‘I am weaker than ever although I have a good appetite, and relish the nardoo much, but it seems to give no nutriment, and the birds here are so shy as not to be got at.’
- By 20th June, Wills was completely reduced by the effects of the cold and their inadequate nutriment.
- If they encounter a speck of nutriment they fan out to quest for more.
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- Those foods not only are nutrimental to our lung, but also can comfort and relax our thorax, reduce allergies of the nose, dry coughing, sore throat, and asthma diseases.
- This study aims to develop a simple, rapid, simultaneous and quantitative method for evaluating nutrimental elements of the plant vigor using an X-ray fluorescent (XRF) spectroscopic method.
- These series include herbal freckle-ridding, acne-eradicating, wrinkle-reducing products and herbal nutrimental layer, herbal whitening ointment, acne ointment, acne prime fluid, Vitamin E cream, etc.
late Middle English: from Latin nutrimentum, from nutrire 'feed, nourish'.
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