Definition of Feedbag

1. Noun. A canvas bag that is used to feed an animal (such as a horse); covers the muzzle and fastens at the top of the head.

Exact synonyms: Nosebag
Generic synonyms: Bag

Definition of Feedbag

1. Noun. A horse's nosebag. ¹

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Definition of Feedbag

1. a bag for feeding horses [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feedbag

feedback activation
feedback circuit
feedback control
feedback inhibition
feedback loop
feedback regulation
feedback system
feedback transfer function
feedback transfer functions
feedbag (current term)
feeder cattle
feeder fish
feeder fund
feeder layer
feeder line
feeder reservoir

Literary usage of Feedbag

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1. The Innocents Abroad: Or the New Pilgrims' Progress by Mark Twain (2001)
"... rascal had lost a feedbag in their house and had been loudest in his denunciations that morning—besought the ..."

2. Horror in Hocking Countyby Don Canaan by Don Canaan (1989)
"During the investigation at the cornfield, he saw Mowery pick up a plastic feedbag and then discard it as unimportant. Jones said he then picked it up, ..."

3. Hartwick New York--Heart of Otsego County by Town of Hartwick Historical Society (2002)
"The remaining 9000- sq. ft. houses the new feedbag feed store. 1988 Orrin Higgins now owns the building and the Grain and Tool Shed is managed by Roger ..."

4. The Friends of Rathlin Island by Stewart Dalby (2004)
"‘Charles, David, why don't you take John down to the mess and get his nose into the feedbag, what?' General Tim had become a jovial blimp again. ..."

5. Falling from Heights by Chris F. Needham (2007)
"Dave frowned down from his feedbag perch, and sighed. He was a man •who seldom spoke to anyone. His supervision, though committed, was a singularly silent ..."

6. A Spring Fortnight in France by Josephine Tozier, Dodd, Mead & Company (1907)
"An extra feedbag was brought out from under the box and into its depths all four visitors peered with intense interest. He had evidently just bought a new ..."

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