kabuhayan, pagkain, sustento, pagkabuhay, pang-agawbuhay
Noun(1) a source of materials to nourish the body(2) the financial means whereby one lives(3) the act of sustaining life by food or providing a means of subsistence
(1) That's their main source of alcoholic sustenance : five bottles of Bud, Miller, Becks or Stella Artois will get them through even the most punishing night out.(2) Democracy's wellsprings and sustenance were of vital importance to Walter Duncan in 1962, just as they are to us today.(3) They were hard times but through it all Mae showed a remarkable resilient nature, aided by her deep faith from which she drew sustenance and strength.(4) Those living along the Genale River which borders Afder have turned to the palm trees for food, scraping sustenance from the dark brown seeds with their teeth.(5) Too bad if those octogenarians served in World War II or Korea or just gave life and sustenance to their families and communities for several decades.(6) After all this is the thing that you use to buy the food that gives you sustenance .(7) Saddest of all, workers will continue to brave health and physical threats only to earn a meager amount of money to buy sustenance for their families.(8) Nature, for them, is not just a source of sustenance , but an intrinsic part of their lives.(9) Over the next four days there was nothing for it but bed rest, regular doses of paracetamol washed down with water, and the occasional banana for sustenance .(10) he kept two or three cows for the sustenance of his family(11) People can and do draw sustenance from many sources.(12) They inherited a tradition of faith and fatherland which gave them strength and sustenance wherever life took them.(13) I swear, if I find that it was emissions from my truck causing it, I will dig a hole in the backyard, climb in, and eat grubs for sustenance .(14) Two hours before boarding and it's into the junk food emporium upstairs for sustenance .(15) For people with binge eating disorder, at first food may provide sustenance or comfort, but later it's the focus of incredible guilt and distress.(16) the sustenance of democracy
(1) find sustenance in :: mahanap kabuhayan sa
1. nourishment ::
2. support ::
3. livelihood ::
4. nutriment ::
5. maintenance ::
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