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Word: nourish

Definition: provide with food necessary for life and growth


Sentences Containing 'nourish'

"Priest's preface: The world of men and women, united in the bond of marriage by Saptapadi, to further promote the joy of life, together listen with triumph "Step 1 Groom's vow: O!, you who feeds life-sustaining food, nourish my visitors, friends, parents and offsprings with food and drinks.
"Step 1 Bride's vow: Yes, whatever food you earn with hard work, I will safeguard it, prepare it to nourish you.
Chinese medicine uses them to nourish the Yin, maintain normal breast structure and consistency, remove stagnancy and heat, and to maintain healthy mammary and uterus functions.
Dabuyin Wan () is a dark brownish-black water-honeyed pill used in Traditional Chinese medicine to "nourish yin and to lower fire".
He taught—as had Paulie Zink earlier—that the long-held Yin Yoga poses, which stress the connective tissues, would in addition to improving flexibility, gently stimulate the flow of "qi" in the meridian pathways, which would in turn nourish the organs and the whole body.
I promise to respect your wishes, and nourish your friends and family as well.
Setsuna and his group find Adam Kadamon's head, used to nourish the unborn angels, and learn that she attempted to prevent God's plan of destroying humanity by hiding him and the tower from the angels and freezing time in hopes that Alexiel's reincarnation could save them.
The bread, which I formerly eat, nourished me; that is, a body of such sensible qualities was, at that time, endued with such secret powers: but does it follow, that other bread must also nourish me at another time, and that like sensible qualities must always be attended with like secret powers?
The player must nourish kids, play with them, verify that they are clean, tell stories to them, go to the park.
This protection helps preserve the highly productive bacteria in the sediments that nourish large amounts of invertebrates.

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