I think, on the whole, I prefer to be a 'roomer' and 'eat out.'
She did not know how to sit at table, and would only eat out of a trough.
He would not eat out of their hands, but he took all that Jackson gave him.
It will eat out the life of a nation as it does the heart of an individual.
Each child had a spoon and four of us eat out of one trough.
The child could not even swallow a morsel, though she tried to eat out of obedience.
By "green" we mean not fully ripe, not ripe enough to eat out of hand.
God knows why she should eat out her heart to go back—but she wants it.
One of them got so tamed that he used to eat out of my hand.
I don't know what we will eat out of when you get all these dishes broken.