Definition of 'nourish'
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It left my face feeling nourished. The Sun (2017)Organic wine begins with the microbes in the soil which nourish the plant. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)Left my skin feeling nourished and smooth. The Sun (2008)Will eating this food nourish or destroy my body in the short and long run? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We need more than food to nourish us. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But we want to know that all patients have nourishing and appetising food. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Both the art and the food nourish you. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is reaching outwards to nourish its life. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Because you want to give your body good nourishing food so you have more energy or feel happier? The Sun (2015)Stock your cupboards with nourishing food, bump up your exercise and take time to chill out. The Sun (2011)A blend of essential oils that leaves skin feeling nourished and doubles up as a body scent. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And already this belief helps nourish a central strand of the postmodern condition: a powerful inability to take things seriously. Christianity Today (2000)For day-to-day existence, one needs something far more nourishing and profound. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The facilities were basic, but for the many thousands of employees, they provided nourishing food at a reasonable price. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: nourish VERB
To nourish a person, animal, or plant means to give them the food that they need to live, grow, and be healthy.
The food she eats nourishes both her and the baby.
Definition of nourish from the Collins English Dictionary
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