Similar words: nourishment, malnourished, impoverishment, punishment, astonishment, accomplishment, establishment, accomplishments. Meaning: ['mæl'nɜrɪʃmənt /-'nʌrɪʃ-] n. not having enough food to develop or function formally.
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1, The effects of malnourishment are stark.
2, China's record, with malnourishment largely banished, is far better.
3, Uneven growth patterns in the vertebrae indicate malnourishment as a child.
4, Kiburente says malnourishment in the conflict-ridden northern part of the country is high, but unlike the south the north has aid agencies in place to help care for the children.
5, Both factors contribute to the malnourishment and disease susceptibility of 3.7 billion people, he says.
6, He says the problems of serious malnourishment affect children before they are even born, if their mothers are underfed.
7, The reduction in malnourishment was mostly concentrated in Asia, with 80 million fewer people going hungry this year.
8, Rates of malnourishment and infant mortality are among the worst in the world.
9, Children are the first to show signs of malnourishment during a food shortage.
10, He says the problems of serious malnourishment affect children before they are even born.
11, For many people the only possible escape from their permanent state of poverty and malnourishment is to emigrate.
12, In reality, they were handing over their children to a life of malnourishment(sentencedict.com), harsh training schedules and vicious beatings by the circus staff.
13, So, as a result, many of the displaced are already suffering from malnourishment and related medical conditions.
14, No country wants to run out of food or watch sky-high prices dump people into poverty and malnourishment. That can lead to riots and topple governments.
15, In the 1980s, Massachusetts began issuing coupons for farmers' markets to low-income women who were pregnant or breast-feeding or for young children at risk for malnourishment.
16, Some 200 people attended the service to mourn for the wartime Chinese forced laborers who died due to illness, overwork, maltreatment and malnourishment.
17, Tony Banbury, the WFP's regional director for Asia, just finished a weeklong tour of North Korea,(http://sentencedict.com/malnourishment.html) where he says malnourishment is widespread.
18, There is famine in many countries, and people are dying of malnourishment, of starvation, and of related diseases.
19, This came after the group reviewed what it called "alarming data" on malnourishment.
20, Many of the new arrivals are still suffering from malnutrition and malnourishment after enduring often long and arduous journeys from famine-stricken Somalia.
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