Thesaurus / feeder
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It is a day feeder, a fact which may be taken advantage of in avoiding exposure to its attacks.

Handbook of Medical EntomologyWilliam Albert Riley

Surmounting the Maat here illustrated is a conspicuous feather which we have already connoted with feeder and fodder.

Archaic EnglandHarold Bayley

The feeder connections were all at the front of the building, and the general voltage control apparatus was on the floor above.

Edison, His Life and InventionsFrank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin

The Eider is a day feeder, abroad at dawn, and continuing its labours well into the dusk.

British Sea BirdsCharles Dixon

The feeder gives the first machine another plate; and so the work goes on down a whole line of machines.

Makers of Many ThingsEva March Tappan

The bin itself was now directly opposite them, a big hopper cut deep in the solid rock and serving the feeder by simple gravity.

The Legion of LazarusEdmond Hamilton

Cakes in this world will grow by being fed on, if only the feeder be not too insatiate.

Framley ParsonageAnthony Trollope

It is the bread-giver; the feeder; the provider of every little thing.

The Other GirlsMrs. A. D. T. Whitney

A beard on your chin, and you also will be a feeder of wolves!

The Ward of King CanuteOttilie A. Liljencrantz

Even a 450-volt trolley wire or feeder can burn a lead-covered cable entirely in two in a few seconds.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.