Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Long-lived; having a strong hold on life: specifically applied to the Macrobiotidæ.
- adj. longlived
- adj. Of a lifestyle incorporating a dietary regimen including locally grown, seasonal, natural foods, or of the diet itself.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Long-lived.
- adj. Of or pertaining to macrobiotics.
- adj. Of or pertaining to macrobiotic food; serving macrobiotic food.
- adj. of or relating to the theory or practice of macrobiotics
“As happens in these situations, however, this is a new week and the new alternative medicine doctor has prescribed what I think would be called a macrobiotic diet.”
“Are Madonna and Paltrow plotting some kind of macrobiotic”
“M Cafe is not a vegan restaurant, but it is macrobiotic, meaning that its food offerings are entirely plant based, except for some fish options.”
“He was praying that a macrobiotic diet could cure him.”
“As I recall, I grabbed a macrobiotic bento box on the way over, and we chatted around the dining room table.”
“As a twenty-five-year macrobiotic, my mind and heart are fused in beliefs.”
“I've been living a macrobiotic diet for decades now, though I'm no pure vegan (I have a bit of fish on occasion, yet no dairy or eggs forever).”
“I explained that most people who live a macrobiotic lifestyle are vegan, but some choose fish because they feel it makes them healthier and stronger.”
“As vegans or macrobiotic people who say that we are committed to health -- human health, planetary health and spiritual health -- how can we justify reserving all our compassion for animals and serving up only contempt and rage for people who might make choices different from ours?”
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