nourish englannista suomeksi
To feed and cause to grow; to supply with matter which increases bulk and/or supplies waste, and promotes health.
(RQ:King James Version)
1638, (w), ''The Historie of Life and Death''
- other carnivorous Animals are difficultly nourished by Plants alone
1872, Thomas Bull, ''The Maternal Management of Children, in Health and Diseases''
- Children nourished exclusively upon this simple food will be found to enjoy more perfect health
1996, Alexander Frank Skutch, ''Orioles, Blackbirds, and Their Kin: A Natural History''
- we have ample evidence that male Bobolinks do not shirk the labor of nourishing their families. In a four-year study, Wittenberger (1980, 1982) found that males delivered about 60 Bobolink percent of the food.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-2)
2003, Marilyn Byfield Paul, ''It's Hard to Make a Difference When You Can't Find Your Keys''
- When we slow down to pay attention to our own experience, we open ourselves to the love and richness that is here all the time. These are moments that can nourish your connection to your heart.
2010, Colin L. Powell, ''My American Journey''
- I thanked the Fort Leavenworth military historian, Colonel von Schlemmer, for nourishing my first hope to memorialize the Buffalo Soldiers
''to nourish rebellion''
''to nourish virtues''
1611, (w), James v. 5
- Ye have nourished your hearts.
1611, (w), 1 Timothy iv. 6
- Nourished up in the words of faith.
To promote growth; to furnish nutriment.
To gain nourishment.