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well-fed

(wĕl′fĕd′)
adj.
1. Adequately or properly nourished.
2. Overfed; fat.
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Some well-fed water fleas were more infectious than others because they were able to survive for longer with the parasite, giving it more time to multiply.
Their study, published in the journal Biology Letters, found that some of the well-fed fleas also lived longer, giving them more time to multiply and spread infection.
INSIDE Sporting greats A HUDDERSFIELD company helped keep guests well-fed at one of the biggest celebrations in the world of sport.
Dee Atkinson of Napiers Herbalists gives the alternative solution Get fit and well-fed for sex Your chances of conceiving increase if both you and your partner are physically fit and well-nourished.
According to reports, the penguins, who appeared to be well-fed and uninjured, were migrating northward in search of warmer waters.
They say the birds appeared well-fed, unhurt and without oil stains.
In the last four days, I have witnessed your well-fed moggies raid the nests and rip apart the chicks of two different blackbird families and a song thrush and her chicks.
In a sign of his recovery, he is considered well-fed and has a good appetite.
Backbench councillors, whose humdrum lives rarely if ever revolve around gold-embossed invitations, will today be casting a jealous glance at the city's well-fed and watered political elite.
What pride do we have if soldiers cannot make ends meet, if they cannot be well-fed, if their families suffer, wonders Hristo Ivanovski for Dnevnik, adding that this conduct towards our army shows the true position of those that create the budget.
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