Meaningful friendships require constant attention, nourishment, feeding and watering.
The novel is set at a time of scarcity, and all of the characters fret about nourishment.
Very 2009 is its riff on imagination and creativity as the only nourishment that can keep “the begging bowl of the Buddha” full.
The human soul is an ocean tossed by storms of passion, deep and bottomless in its need for succor and nourishment.
Even if they found shelter from the sun each morning, could the same be said for nourishment?
Rice and butter for his nourishment, and a piece of cotton cloth for his garment.
The democracy of nourishment and the mediocrity of food are not necessarily a curse.
Before retiring with little Nell the wife washed and re-bound the wound and gave her husband all the nourishment he cared to take.
They returned with so little that it hardly sufficed for their nourishment.
For three weeks he refused all food, and was kept alive by nourishment artificially administered.
nourishment nour·ish·ment (nûr'ĭsh-mənt, nŭr'-)
Something that nourishes; food.