Examples of nourishment in a Sentence
These children are suffering because they lack proper nourishment.
Soil provides nourishment to plants.
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Unable to swallow, Thomas received his nourishment through a gastric tube.
Official statistics widely underreport sand use and typically do not include nonconstruction purposes such as hydraulic fracturing and beach nourishment.
Smalley, too, said King of Glory is looking forward to bringing such nourishment to the community.
Carver sells age-management, skin-hydration and skin-nourishment products under the brand AHC.
The Senate has already started advancing a bill (SB 174) by Appropriations Chairman Jack Latvala, R-Clearwater, that would annually earmark $50 million for beach nourishment and inlet-management projects.
Volunteers and staff captured all the butterflies before the hurricane and they were kept indoors, along with branches of flowering trees for nourishment.
But when that same nourishment is offered by hand, several states, including Oregon, draw a line, said Thaddeus Mason Pope, director of the Health Law Institute at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, and an expert on end-of-life law.
The few bookstores that have survived provide us with a nourishment and inspiration that is unavailable in any other form.
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