Nourishment ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Nourishment ( noun )

  1. Food and other substances that provide the necessary nutrients for growth and maintenance of life.
  2. Something that sustains or supports growth, development, or well-being.

Origin:

Nourishment comes from the latin word "nutrimentum" which means "nourishment" or "food".

Examples:

  1. The baby needs proper nourishment to grow and develop.
  2. Eating a balanced diet is important for getting the right kind of nourishment.
  3. The plant is able to survive in harsh conditions due to its deep roots which allow it to access to nourishment from the soil.
  4. Reading a good book can be a form of mental nourishment.
  5. His words of encouragement were a nourishment for my soul.

(As a verb)

Nourishment ( verb )

  1. Food and other substances that provide the necessary nutrients for growth and maintenance of life.
  2. Something that sustains or supports growth, development, or well-being.

Origin:

Nourishment comes from the latin word "nutrimentum" which means "nourishment" or "food".

Examples:

  1. The baby needs proper nourishment to grow and develop.
  2. Eating a balanced diet is important for getting the right kind of nourishment.
  3. The plant is able to survive in harsh conditions due to its deep roots which allow it to access to nourishment from the soil.
  4. Reading a good book can be a form of mental nourishment.
  5. His words of encouragement were a nourishment for my soul.
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