Definition of Spoonfed

1. Verb. (past of spoonfeed#Verb spoonfeed) ¹



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Definition of Spoonfed

1. aided in every way [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoonfed

spoonbilled
spoonbills
spoonbowl
spoonbowls
spoonbread
spoondrift
spooned
spooneful
spoonefuls
spooner
spoonerism
spoonerisms
spooners
spooney
spooneys
spoonfed (current term)
spoonfeed
spoonfeeding
spoonfeeds
spoonflower
spoonful
spoonfuls
spoonier
spoonies
spooniest
spoonily
spooning
spoonleaf yucca
spoonless
spoonlike

Literary usage of Spoonfed

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1. Multiple Personality: An Experimental Investigation Into the Nature of Human by Boris Sidis, Simon Philip Goodhart (1905)
"She was tube-fed the greater part of the time, occasionally spoonfed, and occasionally up and was helped about the ward; at no time would she make any ..."

2. English Coloured Books by Martin Hardie (1906)
"It must be remembered, however, that those were days when children were ' seen and not heard,' were surveyed from distant Olympian heights, and spoonfed ..."

3. English Coloured Books by Martin Hardie (1906)
"It must be remembered, however, that those were days when children were 'seen.and not heard,' were surveyed from distant Olympian heights, and spoonfed with ..."

4. Atlantic Classics (1918)
"Don't aim to go through life spoonfed; don't aim to get a soft seat. If you do, you won't have your fair share of fun. There is no real fun in ease, ..."

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