Definition of Supernutrition

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Supernutrition

supernotes
supernova
supernova remnant
supernova remnants
supernovae
supernovas
supernumeraries
supernumerarily
supernumerary
supernumerous
supernumerousness
supernurse
supernurses
supernutrient
supernutrients
supernutrition (current term)
supernutritions
supernutritious
superoccipital
superocean
superoceans
superohmic
superoinferior
superoinferiorly
superoleophobic
superon
superoperator
superoperators
superoptimal
superoptimally

Literary usage of Supernutrition

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1. A System of Surgery: Pathological, Diagnostic, Therapeutic, and Operative by Samuel David Gross (1859)
"... in reference to certain alterations produced in our organs as a consequence either of simple supernutrition or inflammatory deposits, or both conjoined. ..."

2. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1858)
"... viz, supernutrition or plethora, which is ordinarily the introduction to the usual diseases of wine bibbers—apoplexy, gout, gravel, and dropsy. ..."

3. Old and New by Edward Everett Hale (1873)
"... by vital law, at the expense of other structures. It may be in the direction of atrophy, a direct wasting. supernutrition of all the parts, ..."

4. The American Medical Intelligencer by Robley Dunglison (1839)
"... he substitutes for Hypertrophy or supernutrition—both as intelligible and infinitely better words, and not liable to the objection, which applies to the ..."

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