2. Adjective. overweight ¹
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Definition of Overnourished
1. overnourish [v] - See also: overnourish
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Literary usage of Overnourished
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1. Alcohol, the Sanction for Its Use: Scientifically Established and Populary by J. Starke (1907)
"... less important how long the " alcohol as such " circulates in their bodies than in those of the overnourished moderate drinkers in better circumstances. ..."
2. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1906)
"In its essence it is an autointoxication, and it usually occurs in overnourished infants. Observation justifies this latter conclusion; most cases of ..."
3. Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology by Granville Stanley Hall (1904)
"It is also the best form of self-expression and its advantage is variability, following the impulsion of the idle, perhaps hyperemic, and overnourished ..."
4. Popular Science Monthly (1904)
"... by the unhealthy thickening of tissues, only too common, occurring about the waist line from lymphatic stasis in those otherwise not overnourished. ..."
5. Montaigne by Tetel, Marcel (1903)
"With the increased blood supply the glands are overnourished and their functions are increased. Theil- haber has very frequently seen a hypersécrétion in ..."
6. Life and Correspondence of Theodore Parker: Minister of the Twenty-eighth by John Weiss (1864)
"... but the functional man in good condition, every part of the nature exhibiting an irreproachable digestion, and no part overnourished. ..."
7. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"ilK German stomach is an imperious organ, very jealous of its economic rights, very touchy, accustomed to be overnourished. ..."