diet

diet
Synonyms and related words:
British Cabinet, Sanhedrin, US Cabinet, abstain, acid-ash diet, advisory body, aliment, allergy diet, assemblee, assembly, assignation, association, at home, ball, bench, bicameral legislature, bland diet, board, board of aldermen, body of advisers, borough council, brain trust, brawl, break bread, cabinet, calorie chart, calorie counter, camarilla, caucus, chamber, chamber of deputies, city board, city council, colloquium, commission, committee, common council, conclave, concourse, conference, congregation, congress, consultative assembly, conventicle, convention, convocation, council, council fire, council of ministers, council of state, council of war, count calories, county council, court, dance, date, deliberative assembly, diabetic diet, diet book, dietary, dietetics, dieting, directory, divan, eat, eisteddfod, fall to, fare, fast, federal assembly, feed, festivity, fete, food, forgathering, forum, gathering, general assembly, get-together, high-protein diet, high-vitamin diet, house, house of assembly, housewarming, hunger, intake, junta, kitchen cabinet, legislative assembly, legislative body, legislative chamber, legislature, levee, lose flesh, lose weight, low-carbohydrate diet, low-salt diet, lower chamber, lower house, macrobiotic diet, meet, meeting, national assembly, nourishment, nutriment, panel, pap, parish council, parliament, partake, partake of, party, pitch in, plenum, privy council, prom, provincial legislature, provincial parliament, quorum, rally, reception, reduce, reduce weight, regime, regimen, relish, rendezvous, representative town meeting, salt-free diet, savor, seance, session, shindig, sit-in, sitting, slenderize, slim, slim down, soft diet, soiree, soviet, spoon victuals, staff, state assembly, state legislature, subsistence, sustenance, symposium, syndicate, synod, take, take off weight, taste, thin down, town meeting, tribunal, turnout, ulcer diet, unicameral legislature, upper chamber, upper house, vegetarianism, victuals, vitamin-deficiency diet, weight-watch

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