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adjective as in spoiled

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The conclusions of the advisory report were spoon-fed to a friendly group of Japanese political reporters two days ago.

Drudge simply “reported” on that fact—or rather was spoon-fed it by disgruntled internal sources.

Do American movie-going audiences in 2012 really need to be spoon-fed a justification for the killing of Osama bin Laden?

The three reporters who worked on the Times stories have denied the information was spoon fed to them from the White House.

Severson answers that now with her engaging debut memoir, Spoon Fed: How Eight Cooks Saved My Life.

Don't aim to go through life spoon-fed; don't aim to get a soft seat.

At times he would partake only of liquid nourishment, then again would have to be spoon-fed.

Minds at first must be spoon-fed with truth, as babes with milk; a boy we bid feed himself, or starve.

She did not soil any more, but she sometimes drooled and had to be spoon-fed.

It was difficult to get her to eat, and she had to be spoon-fed.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spoon-fed, such as: self-indulgent.

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