As the fire gained strength and heat, it began to spread on three sides, dying of itself on the fourth, for want of aliment.
All these are placed before the Chapel kindred for inspiration and aliment.
A sterile cabinet held an ample supply of every known remedy for any aliment that might afflict a camel.
Indeed, what known fruit is there that is more wholesome as an aliment than this?
Growth and development also follow the absorption and fixation of aliment by an osmotic production.
They form, in some sort, the prehensile organs which seize the aliment.
It almost seemed as if with him they had lost the sacred flame from which their fervid imagination drew life and aliment.
If these do not exist, where is its aliment, where the fuel for the flame?
It is the aliment of love; it is the wages of ambition; it is the rightful heritage of error!
Exercise and aliment are equally indispensable, and must go together.
aliment al·i·ment (āl'ə-mənt)
Something that nourishes; food.
Something that supports or sustains.