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Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeast Brazil west-southwest of Belo Horizonte. It is a railroad junction and an agricultural trade center. Population: 198,000.

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Examples

  • Undernourished children are easy to spot by the orange tinge in their hair.

    Haiti again feels pinch of rising food prices

  • Undernourished mothers, a likely consequence of decreased agricultural productivity in the South, will raise the susceptibility of children to disease and stillborn deaths.

    Human development and climate change

  • Undernourished: Much like when people lose weight if they don't eat, tires actually dissipate air out through their rubber skin if not topped off.

    Tires speak, and they are undernourished

  • Undernourished; ribs countable, arms and legs slender and pale as stripped branches.

    Drums of Autumn

  • Undernourished black children were often given the drug Riddlyn for hyperactivity although this drug reduced the appetite.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Undernourished in childhood, they shared a leanness which long tours on the hunt, after Brandek came, were turning rangy.

    The Magic May Return

  • Undernourished children can now be saved, more and more babies are vaccinated and fewer women die during childbirth.

    NRC Handelsblad | Voorpagina

  • Undernourished and unable to see properly, they fall easy prey to predators.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • Undernourished children are sick 160 days of the year and this leads directly to the death of an estimated 5.4 million children every year.

    Latest News from Ekklesia

  • Undernourished people have compromised immune systems, making them more vulnerable to HIV infection.

    SciDev.Net

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