Synonyms for malnutrition

Grammar : Noun
Spell : mal-noo-trish-uh n, -nyoo-
Phonetic Transcription : ˌmæl nuˈtrɪʃ ən, -nyu-

Définition of malnutrition

Origin :
  • 1843, from mal- + nutrition.
  • noun poor nutrition
Example sentences :
  • Malnutrition or anemia are also conditions which greatly disturb sleep.
  • Extract from : « The Mother and Her Child » by William S. Sadler
  • Country children have adenoids, bad teeth, and malnutrition.
  • Extract from : « Civics and Health » by William H. Allen
  • Malnutrition of the trees may result also in the production of oily beans.
  • Extract from : « All About Coffee » by William H. Ukers
  • This is claimed by Knowles, however, to be due to malnutrition.
  • Extract from : « Barium, A Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease » by Albert Cornelius Crawford
  • In a month they were already thinning down from malnutrition and strain.
  • Extract from : « Comet's Burial » by Raymond Zinke Gallun
  • However, they could have died from malnutrition and been eaten as carrion.
  • Extract from : « Ecological Studies of the Timber Wolf in Northeastern Minnesota » by L. David Mech
  • They hadn't shared anything but malnutrition, useless money and death.
  • Extract from : « The Old Die Rich » by Horace Leonard Gold
  • It was a plain case of malnutrition, and what could I do to help, in the few days I was to be there?
  • Extract from : « I Married a Ranger » by Dama Margaret Smith
  • Malnutrition, poor sanitary-hygienic conditions, and lack of trained personnel are continuing problems.
  • Extract from : « Area Handbook for Albania » by Eugene K. Keefe
  • Malnutrition, shortages of professional medical personnel, and insufficient health facilities were also contributing factors.
  • Extract from : « Area Handbook for Albania » by Eugene K. Keefe

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