Definition of malnourished
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In these rural communities, children are chronically malnourished and more than 65 percent of the population is using unsafe water sources.
The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's office ruled on Friday that the death in April of a malnourished infant boy was a homicide.
More than 65 percent of Nigerians live on less than $2 a day and as many as 12 million children are malnourished, according to the Budget and Planning Ministry.
The investigator had received information that there were several horses on the property that were severely malnourished.
According to KSHB-TV 41, several malnourished horses belonging to Brasel were found on property in rural Johnson County.
None of the kids were malnourished or suffering from stunted growth.
Authorities say the child was severely malnourished and underweight, weighing 6 pounds — 2 pounds less than at birth.
Salaries have been wiped out with hyperinflation and millions have been left hungry, malnourished and scouring through the garbage for food.
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MALNOURISHED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of malnourished for English Language Learners
: not eating enough food or not eating enough healthy food : poorly nourished
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