nourishable

Related to nourishable: perishable

nourishable

(ˈnʌrɪʃəbəl)
adj
1. able to be nourished; benefiting from nourishment
2. archaic nourishing; providing nourishment
Translations

nourishable

a. nutritivo-a, alimenticio-a.
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Mabbe writes that "To feed still upon one Dish, doth but glut the Stomacke" and that the stories themselves are "but a few of running banquetting dishes: Take (as you like) here and there a little of each sort: which will but whet your Stomacke, and set an edge on your Appetite, against you come to feed your Understanding with meats more nourishable and substantiall" (sig.
The Exemplarie Novells are a type of reading that, like dishes at a banquet, provide variety--but specifically a variety that allows a subsequent return to "meats more nourishable and substantiall" (sig.
Household income in Nigeria has increased substantially in the last few years, evidently from the minimum wage given rise to the increasingly demand for more nourishable protein diet like poultry products by many household, thus promoting chicken and table eggs from their occasional diet category to normal food.
It is known that the many subjects belonged to the low-income group (itenary traders and artisans) and probably could afford the cost of the drugs and nourishable foods which are important ingredients for boosting the population of T cells in their blood.
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