養う, ナリッシュ, はぐくむ
Verb(1) provide with nourishment(2) give nourishment to
(1) Neither he nor his fellows could nourish any of the ambitions of the physical, fashionable D' Annunzio and his followers.(2) Though the earth is inert soil, if you plant and nourish it properly, it explodes with a plethora of vegetation capable of sustaining ever-increasing amounts of life.(3) The more we nourish widespread ambition, the less we have to fear the overweening power of mild despotism.(4) I was doing everything I could to nourish and protect the baby(5) Through self-deceptive language we nourish the illusion that death is a matter of choice, and therefore somehow meaningful.(6) The mulch is left on-site to control erosion until it degrades and helps nourish the soil, eliminating any hauling costs.(7) The critics also like to nourish the illusion that they are guiding public taste, leading it to undreamed-of modernist heights.(8) Now that John Walker has unearthed his roots, and considered the beliefs they nourish , is he someone who half-believes, wants to believe or believes in the realm of the little people?(9) The methods discussed work in harmony with nature's cycles, preserve and enrich the earth's nutrients, and nourish the soil for future crops.(10) It was there that he saw how extensively elephant dung was used as agricultural fertilizer to nourish the otherwise barren land.(11) Now that the body has been tended, it's time to nourish the soul.(12) During Easter Sunday Mass, a prayer, read in German, expressed hope that ├ö├ç├┐soldiers, on all fronts, nourish in their mind and heart thoughts of peace and not of vendetta├ö├ç├û.(13) After blooms fade, cut flower stalks close to the ground, leaving healthy green leaves in place to nourish next year's growth.(14) These would be returned to the earth to nourish the soil and give thanks for the bounty.(15) We can nourish no illusions that a call to the banner of human rights will bring sudden transformations in authoritarian societies.(16) Loggers have removed hundreds of tiny trees and left the litter in rough piles to nourish the soil and provide wildlife habitat.
1. feed ::
2. encourage ::
3. cherish ::
4. aliment ::
5. nurture ::
1. discourage ::
2. frustrate ::
3. hinder ::
4. inhibit ::
Different Formsnourish, nourished, nourishes, nourishing, nourishment
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