from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Affected by improper nutrition or an insufficient diet.
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- adj. suffering from malnutrition
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not getting adequate food; suffering from malnutrition; underfed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not being provided with adequate nourishment
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Since the child weighed only 3 1/2 pounds when he died, the notion that the parents couldn't realize he was seriously malnourished is ludicrous.
A 2004 government order requires a local government to immediately release 1,000 rupees to families of children identified as malnourished.
Many of the animals are described as malnourished, with a majority said to score 1 or 2 on the 10-point Henneke body condition scoring system.
Many of the animals were described as malnourished, with a majority said to score 1 or 2 on the 10-point Henneke body condition scoring system.
A World Health Organisation fact sheet states that individuals with lower immunity, such as malnourished children or people living with
They found 253 who they classified as severely malnourished, meaning they will die without immediate intervention.
They found 253 that they have classified as severely malnourished, meaning that they will die without immediate intervention.
Many of them appearing "malnourished," 19 dogs, 13 cats, two ferrets, a rabbit and one bird were removed by Iberia Parish Animal Control, Raborn said.
It's just fake, and that makes it no more attractive than looking at a doll. it is not a competition about being thinner ... i don't care how thin or curvy other girls are .. as a matter of fact i dislike the 'malnourished' look ... its a personal
Bukenya, who is a medical doctor, said 35\% in every age group had what he called "malnourished" brains.