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Definition of "junk-food" []

  • Food that is low in nutritional value, often highly processed or ready-prepared, and eaten instead of or in addition to well-balanced meals (noun)

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Use "junk-food" in a sentence
  • "Dehydration also makes you feel hungry, increasing the odds of a junk-food binge."
  • "It is also an extraordinary one for Mr Lansley, given his Que sera, sera willingness to entrust other aspects of public health to voluntary agreements with alcohol and junk-food producers."
  • "If one person adopts healthier habits, but her partner is a junk-food junkie/couch potato — that influence can sabotage the best of intentions, she says."
  • "Also on view: high-concept furniture, documentation of past art installations and posters for Sagmeister Inc., one of which features the designer himself in his underwear, before and after a junk-food binge."
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