foodless


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Adj.1.foodless - being without food
malnourished - not being provided with adequate nourishment
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In some States the Specimens are occasionally fed and suffered to exist for several years; but in the more temperate and better regulated regions, it is found in the long run more advantageous for the educational interests of the young, to dispense with food, and to renew the Specimens every month -- which is about the average duration of the foodless existence of the Criminal class.
The survivors of the people scattered over the coun- try--leaderless, lawless, foodless, like sheep without a shep- herd--the thousands who had fled by sea, would begin to return; the pulse of life, growing stronger and stronger, would beat again in the empty streets and pour across the vacant squares.
Bert tramped through a country disorganised by pestilence, foodless, and shaken to the very base of its immemorial order.
Tonight they lay out somewhere below him, chartless, foodless, tentless, gunless - except for Hurree Babu, guideless.
Then they fled, houseless and foodless, down the valley, as their village, shredded and tossed and trampled, melted behind them.
16 was not World Food Day but World Foodless Day,' he added.
8) Intermittent fasting: While prolonged bouts of fasting can kill your sex drive and performance, short foodless intervals can rev hormone production, according to studies.
The reproductive strategies allow many bat species especially hibernating bats reproduce during the period of foodless winter.
Rupee is down, remittances come close to a trickle, the stock market crashed, exports are cut, factories are shut, the output is slashed, daily wage earners are unemployed and foodless, major plants are shut, buzzing markets and bazaars are shuttered down, and shopping is reduced to extreme essentials.
One of the Pharisees held out a coin in his palm, with Caesar's face staring right up at him like, well, like the ruler who built the roads and bridges and fed the foodless and led the armies and levied more taxes on the rich than the poor, and, if you didn't pay your taxes, could have you arrested--that guy Oh yeah, Caesar used taxes for welfare, too, and even the big tunics of Jesus' time felt they somehow had less because those who had nothing got to lick the pot.