Though he comes in once in a while and eats out of the hand.
Why, honest, Reggie, even the Gumshoe just eats out of his hand.
But take my word for it, it is so tame now that it eats out of your hand compared to what it once was.
And yet it would be no exaggeration to say that the average American, especially the average farmer, eats out of a frying-pan.
It eats out all the beauty, tenderness, and affection of domestic and social life.
He eats out his own head, and his horses' too; he knows no grace but grace before meat, nor mortification but in fasting.
He needs a long spoon who eats out of the same dish with the devil.
He eats out of my hand in the afternoon and has one of his papers jump on me in the morning.
It eats out of one the very soul of truth, of love, and of faith.
He knows the power of littles; that little by little consumes and eats out the vigor of the soul.