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Fodder

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Noun

1. cannon fodder, fodder, fresh fish

soldiers who are regarded as expendable in the face of artillery fire

2. fodder

coarse food (especially for livestock) composed of entire plants or the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop

Verb

3. fodder

give fodder (to domesticated animals)

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Fodder

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noun
1. 
bulk feed for livestock, esp hay, straw, etc
2. 
raw experience or material
fodder for the imagination
verb
3. (transitive)
to supply (livestock) with fodder

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Fodder

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noun
1. 
coarse food for cattle, horses, sheep, etc., as cornstalks, hay, and straw
2. 
a. 
something, esp. information, that is thought of as being in large supply and, often, inferior, raw or coarse, etc.
promotional fodder in mass media
b. 
the basis or basic material for something
fodder for celebrity gossip
verb transitive
3. 
to feed with fodder

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Fodder

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n.
1. Feed for livestock, especially coarsely chopped hay or straw.
2. Raw material, as for artistic creation.
3. A consumable, often inferior item or resource that is in demand and usually abundant supply: romantic novels intended as fodder for the pulp fiction market.
tr.v. fod·dered, fod·der·ing, fod·ders
To feed with fodder.

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