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well-fed

(wĕl′fĕd′)
adj.
1. Adequately or properly nourished.
2. Overfed; fat.
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Infants of the underfed mothers were born small but nonetheless by young adulthood caught up in body weight to the offspring of the well-fed mothers.
They go to food banks, Lord Freud, because they are neither as well-heeled nor as well-fed as you.
In the same way Comic Relief sends rich celebs to Africa to talk about poverty, this Sport Relief two-parter asks well-fed celebs to go without food.
to feed other countries to the sacrifice of in-country priorities; and what good is being well-fed if that's all there is to life--no learning, no growing, no creative sparks that lead to the great inventions and entrepreneurship that has made this country great?
Weighing as much as 80 well-fed adult elephants, the vehicle was dismantled at Sriharikota, 80 kilometres from Chennai.
Researchers found that when a population of parasite-infected water fleas was well-fed, some of them became highly contagious, compared with when food was limited.
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.
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.
We'd have been mildly drunk and well-fed. Now schools of blue fish are dodging your flippers.