fodder definition

  • noun:
    • Feed for livestock, especially coarsely chopped hay or straw.
    • natural product, for artistic creation.
    • A consumable, usually substandard product or resource that's in demand and usually plentiful offer: enchanting novels meant as fodder for the pulp fiction marketplace.
    • Food for animals.
    • A weight wherein lead many various other metals were previously offered, in The united kingdomt, different from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Tracing paper.
    • Something which functions as determination or support, especially for satire or humour.
    • A weight through which lead many other metals had been previously sold, in The united kingdomt, different from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • That which is fed off to cattle horses, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • Food for cattle, ponies, and sheep, as hay, straw, also forms of vegetables. Your message is normally confined to food that grows above ground and is fed in bulk.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • A variant of fother.
    • coarse meals (especially for livestock) consists of entire plants or perhaps the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • soldiers that considered to be expendable when confronted with artillery fire
    • Feed for livestock, specifically coarsely chopped hay or straw.
    • Raw material, as for artistic creation.
    • Feed for livestock, especially coarsely chopped hay or straw.
    • natural material, in terms of imaginative creation.
    • A consumable, frequently substandard item or resource this is certainly popular and usually abundant supply: intimate novels intended as fodder for the pulp fiction market.
    • Food for creatures.
    • Feed for livestock, particularly coarsely chopped hay or straw.
    • Feed for livestock, specially coarsely chopped hay or straw.
    • A consumable, frequently inferior product or resource that is popular and in most cases plentiful offer: intimate novels intended as fodder the pulp fiction market.
    • natural product, for artistic creation.
    • Raw product, in terms of creative creation.
    • A consumable, usually substandard item or resource this is certainly sought after and usually numerous supply: enchanting novels meant as fodder the pulp fiction market.
    • A consumable, frequently inferior product or resource this is certainly sought after and usually numerous offer: romantic books meant as fodder for pulp fiction market.
    • meals for animals.
    • A weight through which lead plus some various other metals had been formerly offered, in England, varying from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Feed for livestock, especially coarsely chopped hay or straw.
    • Food for animals.
    • A weight where lead many other metals were previously offered, in England, differing from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Tracing paper.
    • Food for creatures.
    • Raw material, for creative creation.
    • Tracing report.
    • A weight in which lead plus some other metals had been formerly offered, in The united kingdomt, varying from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • A weight wherein lead plus some various other metals had been previously sold, in England, varying from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • A consumable, usually substandard product or resource which in demand and often abundant supply: enchanting novels meant as fodder the pulp fiction market.
    • Something which functions as inspiration or encouragement, specifically for satire or humour.
    • a thing that functions as determination or support, especially for satire or humour.
    • Tracing paper.
    • Tracing report.
    • Food for pets.
    • a thing that functions as motivation or support, specifically for satire or humour.
    • A weight in which lead plus some various other metals had been previously sold, in The united kingdomt, varying from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • A weight by which lead plus some other metals had been formerly offered, in The united kingdomt, differing from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • whatever is given out to cattle ponies, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, vegetables, etc.
    • Feed for livestock, particularly coarsely sliced hay or straw.
    • Tracing paper.
    • Food for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, as well as other types of veggies. Your message is normally confined to food that grows above ground and it is fed in volume.
    • Raw product, in terms of creative creation.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • A consumable, usually substandard product or resource that is popular and usually numerous offer: intimate novels meant as fodder for the pulp fiction market.
    • A variant of fother.
    • A weight by which lead many various other metals were formerly offered, in England, differing from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) made up of whole flowers or even the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • soldiers who're considered to be expendable in the face of artillery fire
    • That which is fed off to cattle ponies, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • Feed for livestock, specially coarsely sliced hay or straw.
    • Something which serves as inspiration or support, particularly for satire or humour.
    • Raw material, as for artistic creation.
    • Food for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, also kinds of veggies. The term is normally confined to meals that grows above ground and is provided in volume.
    • A consumable, frequently inferior product or resource that's sought after and usually abundant offer: enchanting books intended as fodder for pulp fiction market.
    • A weight wherein lead plus some other metals had been formerly offered, in The united kingdomt, varying from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • A weight in which lead plus some other metals were previously sold, in The united kingdomt, different from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • meals for pets.
    • whatever is given off to cattle horses, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, vegetables, etc.
    • what is provided out to cattle horses, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • A weight through which lead and some various other metals were previously offered, in The united kingdomt, varying from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Feed for livestock, specially coarsely sliced hay or straw.
    • Feed for livestock, particularly coarsely sliced hay or straw.
    • Tracing paper.
    • meals for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, and other types of veggies. Your message is generally restricted to meals that grows above floor and it is given in bulk.
    • Food for cattle, ponies, and sheep, as hay, straw, as well as other forms of veggies. The word is generally restricted to meals that grows above ground and it is fed in volume.
    • something that serves as inspiration or encouragement, particularly for satire or humour.
    • Raw product, in terms of artistic creation.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • natural product, for imaginative creation.
    • A consumable, frequently inferior product or resource that's popular and usually numerous supply: romantic books meant as fodder when it comes to pulp fiction market.
    • A weight through which lead many other metals were formerly sold, in England, varying from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • whatever is fed off to cattle ponies, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, vegetables, etc.
    • meals for creatures.
    • A variant of fother.
    • something that functions as inspiration or reassurance, especially for satire or humour.
    • A variant of fother.
    • A weight wherein lead many other metals had been formerly offered, in The united kingdomt, different from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Food for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, alongside types of veggies. The word is normally confined to food that grows above surface and is fed in bulk.
    • Food for pets.
    • Tracing report.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • coarse meals (especially for livestock) consists of entire plants or the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • A weight through which lead many other metals were formerly offered, in England, varying from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • A weight through which lead and some various other metals had been formerly sold, in England, different from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • Feed for livestock, specifically coarsely sliced hay or straw.
    • Feed for livestock, especially coarsely sliced hay or straw.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) composed of entire plants and/or leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • A consumable, usually inferior item or resource that's sought after and usually plentiful supply: enchanting books meant as fodder the pulp fiction marketplace.
    • what is given off to cattle horses, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • a thing that functions as motivation or encouragement, specifically for satire or humour.
    • natural material, for artistic creation.
    • Tracing report.
    • soldiers who are viewed as expendable in the face of artillery fire
    • soldiers who are thought to be expendable facing artillery fire
    • Raw material, for creative creation.
    • A consumable, often inferior item or resource that is in demand and usually numerous offer: intimate books meant as fodder when it comes to pulp fiction marketplace.
    • Something which serves as inspiration or encouragement, especially for satire or humour.
    • Food for pets.
    • A consumable, frequently inferior product or resource that's sought after and in most cases abundant offer: intimate books intended as fodder the pulp fiction market.
    • A weight where lead plus some other metals were previously offered, in England, differing from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • A variant of fother.
    • Food for cattle, ponies, and sheep, as hay, straw, and other kinds of vegetables. The term is usually confined to food that grows above floor and is fed in volume.
    • meals for pets.
    • whatever is fed off to cattle horses, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • A weight in which lead many various other metals were previously offered, in The united kingdomt, differing from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • A weight through which lead plus some various other metals were formerly offered, in The united kingdomt, differing from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Tracing paper.
    • A weight in which lead plus some other metals were previously sold, in The united kingdomt, differing from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Food for animals.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) made up of whole flowers or the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • what is fed off to cattle ponies, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • A variant of fother.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • A weight through which lead and some other metals were previously sold, in The united kingdomt, different from 19 1/2 to 24 cwt (993 to 1222 kg).; a fodder.
    • Tracing report.
    • Food for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, also forms of vegetables. The phrase is normally restricted to meals that grows above surface and is provided in volume.
    • soldiers that are considered to be expendable facing artillery fire
    • something serves as motivation or support, specifically for satire or humour.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • Tracing paper.
    • something that functions as inspiration or support, specifically for satire or humour.
    • Food for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, along with other kinds of vegetables. The word is generally restricted to meals that grows above ground and it is fed in bulk.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) consists of entire plants or the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • A weight by which lead plus some various other metals were formerly sold, in England, varying from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • a thing that serves as inspiration or support, particularly for satire or humour.
    • troops that considered expendable in the face of artillery fire
    • A variant of fother.
    • A weight through which lead and some other metals had been formerly offered, in The united kingdomt, different from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • what is given off to cattle ponies, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • That which is provided out to cattle ponies, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • A weight in which lead and some various other metals had been formerly sold, in The united kingdomt, differing from 191/2 to 24 cwt.; a fother.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) consists of entire plants and/or leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • A variant of fother.
    • what is provided out to cattle ponies, and sheep, as hay, cornstalks, veggies, etc.
    • Food for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, alongside types of vegetables. The phrase is usually restricted to meals that grows above surface and it is given in volume.
    • soldiers that viewed as expendable facing artillery fire
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • Food for cattle, ponies, and sheep, as hay, straw, and other kinds of veggies. The phrase is normally restricted to food that grows above floor and it is fed in bulk.
    • Food for cattle, horses, and sheep, as hay, straw, and other forms of vegetables. The term is usually confined to food that grows above floor and it is fed in volume.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) made up of whole plants or even the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • soldiers who will be considered to be expendable in the face of artillery fire
    • Synonyms See feed, n.
    • A variant of fother.
    • A variant of fother.
    • A variant of fother.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) made up of entire plants or the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • coarse meals (especially for livestock) made up of whole flowers or perhaps the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • troops who are regarded as expendable when confronted with artillery fire
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) composed of whole flowers or the leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • troops that are considered expendable facing artillery fire
    • troops who will be thought to be expendable in the face of artillery fire
    • A variant of fother.
    • coarse food (especially for livestock) made up of entire plants and/or leaves and stalks of a cereal crop
    • troops who're seen as expendable when confronted with artillery fire
  • verb-transitive:
    • To feed with fodder.
    • To give, as cattle, with dry food or cut grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To give with fodder.
    • To give with fodder.
    • To feed with fodder.
    • To give with fodder.
    • To give with fodder.
    • To give, as cattle, with dried out meals or cut-grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To feed, as cattle, with dry food or cut-grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To give with fodder.
    • To give, as cattle, with dry food or cut-grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To feed, as cattle, with dry food or cut grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To give with fodder.
    • To give, as cattle, with dried out food or cut grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To feed with fodder.
    • To feed with fodder.
    • To feed, as cattle, with dry food or cut-grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To give with fodder.
    • To feed with fodder.
    • To give, as cattle, with dried out meals or cut-grass, etc.; to provide with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To feed, as cattle, with dry food or cut-grass, etc.; to provide with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To give, as cattle, with dry meals or cut-grass, etc.; to provide with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To feed, as cattle, with dry meals or cut grass, etc.; to provide with hay, straw, oats, etc.
    • To feed, as cattle, with dry meals or cut grass, etc.; to furnish with hay, straw, oats, etc.
  • verb:
    • To feed pets (with fodder).
    • provide fodder (to domesticated creatures)
    • To feed creatures (with fodder).
    • To feed creatures (with fodder).
    • give fodder (to domesticated animals)
    • To feed pets (with fodder).
    • To give creatures (with fodder).
    • To give pets (with fodder).
    • give fodder (to domesticated creatures)
    • To feed creatures (with fodder).
    • give fodder (to domesticated animals)
    • To give animals (with fodder).
    • To give pets (with fodder).
    • give fodder (to domesticated animals)
    • give fodder (to domesticated animals)
    • To feed creatures (with fodder).
    • To give animals (with fodder).
    • To give animals (with fodder).
    • give fodder (to domesticated creatures)
    • give fodder (to domesticated creatures)
    • give fodder (to domesticated pets)
    • offer fodder (to domesticated pets)
    • give fodder (to domesticated animals)
    • give fodder (to domesticated creatures)
  • others:
    • To give with dry meals or cut grass, etc.; offer with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their particular cattle two times or thrice per day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To give with dry meals or cut grass, etc.; supply with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their particular cattle twice or thrice in a day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To feed with dry meals or cut-grass, etc.; supply with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their cattle two times or thrice in one day.
    • To give with dried out meals or cut-grass, etc.; offer with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their cattle two times or thrice in one day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To feed with dried out meals or cut-grass, etc.; supply with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their cattle twice or thrice in a day.
    • To give with dried out food or cut-grass, etc.; offer with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their cattle two times or thrice in one day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To give with dried out food or cut grass, etc.; supply with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their particular cattle two times or thrice in a day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To give with dried out food or cut-grass, etc.; supply with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their particular cattle two times or thrice in a day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To feed with dry food or cut-grass, etc.; offer with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their particular cattle twice or thrice per day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To give with dry food or cut-grass, etc.; supply with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their particular cattle two times or thrice in one day.
    • To feed with dry meals or cut-grass, etc.; offer with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their cattle twice or thrice in one day.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To graze, as cattle.
    • To feed with dried out meals or cut grass, etc.; supply with hay, straw, etc.: as, farmers fodder their particular cattle two times or thrice per day.
    • To graze, as cattle.

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