Definition of Feedbox

1. a box for animal feed [n -ES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feedbox

feedback circuit
feedback control
feedback inhibition
feedback loop
feedback regulation
feedback system
feedback transfer function
feedback transfer functions
feedbacked
feedbacker
feedbackers
feedbacking
feedbacks
feedbag
feedbags
feedbox (current term)
feedboxes
feedburner
feeded
feedee
feedees
feeder
feeder cattle
feeder fish
feeder fund
feeder layer
feeder line
feeder reservoir
feederism
feeders

Literary usage of Feedbox

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1. Machine Guns by Julian Sommerville Hatcher, Glenn P. Wilhelm, Harry J. Malony (1917)
"The reason the belt must be pulled each time is because the motion of the roller handle does not work the feedbox mechanism, a backward motion of the barrel ..."

2. Knight's American Mechanical Dictionary: A Description of Tools, Instruments by Edward Henry Knight (1876)
"... and the feedbox D over the latter. The packed portion of the piston works in the upper part of the cylinder, which is cooled by air in the passage h, ..."

3. The Field Practice of Railway Location by Willard Beahan (1904)
"Drive eight rods in the ground, in line across the middle of the tent, leaving their looped tops at the right height for the feedbox. ..."

4. The Field Practice of Railway Location by Willard Beahan (1909)
"Drive eight rods in the ground, in line across the middle of the tent, leaving their looped tops at the right height for the feedbox. ..."

5. Oral and Written English by Milton Chase Potter, Harry Jewett Jeschke, Harry Orrin Gillet (1921)
"... with a punctuation mark ? when the elephant opened his mouth to eat the boys saw that it was red inside the feedbox contained some peanuts that the boys ..."

6. The Horse Book: A Practical Treatise on the American Horse Breeding Industry by James Hope Stewart Johnstone (1907)
"The kernels are bitten off the cobs and the latter are left in the feedbox, covered with saliva and therefore most fertile media for the propagation of ..."

7. The Horse Book: A Practical Treatise on the American Horse Breeding Industry by James Hope Stewart Johnstone (1908)
"Mashes fed in the feedbox leave a lot of dampness behind them and as a consequence the box gets sour, which is equivalent to saying that germs are ..."

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