nouriture

nouriture

or

nourriture

n
1. nourishment
2. archaic upbringing; nurture
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as on th'other side the power of a healthy soule easely digesteth and gathereth good nouriture of the hard peines, and bitter tormentes of the body and fortune (4, emphasis added).
(48) Lock, by contrast, focuses on the duchess's own personal spiritual strength, her inward understanding of God's providence, and her well-armed mind--these are the noteworthy elements of her ordeal, and they are the personal qualities that enabled her to gather 'good nouriture' of the 'hard peines, and bitter tormentes of the body and fortune' (5).