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bloom to be in a healthy, vigorous condition. [1/8 definitions]
blooming showing youth, vigor, and healthy color. [1/3 definitions]
bouncing full of life; healthy; vigorous.
buxom of a woman, having a full figure and healthy appearance. [1/2 definitions]
condition to make fit, healthy, or ready for use. [1/9 definitions]
crib death sudden infant death syndrome, the unexpected death of a seemingly healthy infant, usu. occurring within the first year of life, and usu. occurring in the infant's sleep.
cytomegalovirus any of a group of herpesviruses typically causing mild symptoms or no symptoms in healthy individuals, but capable of causing potentially life-threatening symptoms, including pneumonia and brain inflammation, in newborns and immunocompromised individuals, abbreviated CMV.
developmental having the purpose of promoting healthy intellectual or emotional development in a child. [1/4 definitions]
effete lacking healthy vigor or effectiveness; worn out. [1/2 definitions]
feel like oneself to be in a healthy frame of mind or physical condition; feel good.
feel oneself to be in a healthy frame of mind or physical condition; feel good.
fit1 in good bodily condition; healthy and vigorous. [1/11 definitions]
flourish to grow and thrive; be healthy and vigorous. [1/10 definitions]
food pyramid a pictorial guide developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to advocate healthy eating habits. It shows which types of foods should be eaten in lesser or greater amounts for good health.
good well; healthy. [1/24 definitions]
handsome having a pleasing, attractive, and healthy appearance. [1/3 definitions]
heal to make whole or healthy; cure. [1/4 definitions]
healthful sound; healthy. [1/2 definitions]
herself her normal, healthy, sane state or condition. [1/3 definitions]
himself his normal, healthy, sane state or condition. [1/3 definitions]
homeopathy treatment of a disease with small doses of a drug that would, if taken in larger amounts, produce in a healthy individual symptoms like those of the disease. (Cf. allopathy.)