breatharian

One who lives without food, subsisting instead on prana or sunlight.
See Also: breatharianism

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  • breatharian — n. A person who attempts to get all their nutritional needs from the air. breatharianism n. Example Citation: Breatharians emulate ascetic saints who got all the nutrition they needed from the air, Rhio explains. I ve met some people who are… …   New words

  • breatharian — /briˈðɛəriən/ (say bree dhairreeuhn) noun a person, usually inspired by religious zeal, who attempts to obtain their nutritional needs from light and air, usually supplemented by small amounts of food and drink. Also, lightarian. –breatharianism …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Barbara Moore (vegetarian) — Dr. Barbara Moore (22 December 1903 – 14 May 1977)[1] was a Russian born health enthusiast who gained celebrity in the early 1960s for her long distance walking. In December 1959, she walked from Edinburgh to London. In early 1960, she walked… …   Wikipedia

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