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well-fed

(wĕl′fĕd′)
adj.
1. Adequately or properly nourished.
2. Overfed; fat.
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It pumps blood less efficiently than the pyramid-shaped hearts of offspring with well-fed mothers (left).
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.
A team of scientists from Edinburgh University found that well-fed water fleas were more contagious than those given less to eat.
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.
Is this normal behavior for what looks like a well-fed fox?
I WAS brought up in Benwell in the 1950s and 60s in a single parent family, where my mother juggled part-time jobs in order to run a home and send me to Pendower Junior School clean and well-fed.
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.