noun, plural di·e·tar·ies.
- diet kitchen,
- diet pill,
- diet pyramid,
- dietary amenorrhea,
- dietary fiber,
- dietary fibre,
- dietary law,
- dietary supplement
Origin of dietary
Examples from the Web for dietary
These are just a few of the medical miracles purportedly delivered by dietary supplements.
This dietary supplement originates in China and has been reported to enhance cognitive ability in healthy individuals.
Williams was trying to promote Anatabloc, a dietary supplement developed by his company.The Five Weirdest Revelations From the McDonnell Trial|Ben Jacobs|August 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Wood pigeon, pheasant, partridge, grouse, peacocks, hares, wild rabbits, and waterfowl are all dietary staples.
We consulted with the experts to help you decide if you should bend the dietary rules occasionally and how to do it appropriately.When Is It OK to Cheat? The Pros and Cons of Cheat Days|DailyBurn|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Dietary data for all species were taken from literature, as were reproductive data for calculation of rmax.
It also develops in spite of a liberal supply of antiscorbutic foodstuff in the dietary.Scurvy Past and Present|Alfred Fabian Hess
It is especially important that a dietary for children should contain an abundance of nitrogenous material.Science in the Kitchen.|Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
He knew all the symptoms of their mysterious diseases and he was versed in their dietary.Tam O' The Scoots|Edgar Wallace
On his return his health was rather worse; but he would submit to no dietary rgime.
noun plural -taries
1610s, from Medieval Latin dietarius, from Latin diaetarius, from diaeta (see diet (n.1)).