- adj. 有營養的
- v. 營養（nourish 的過去式）；撫養
1.He had long nourished the dream of being an actor.
2.They tend to be malnourished, or at least under-nourished because many replace their food intake with alcohol.
3.More people are better nourished thanks to a bit more grain, a lot more meat, and much more milk.
4.But "to the Baga, it means she's nourished children."
5.The children of the newly-literate mothers were also better nourished than those of women who could not read.
6.Myth is nourished by silence as well as by words.
7.In the fully nourished mice, only 3 percent of tumor cells were dying.