Similar words: breeding, speeding, proceeding, exceedingly, succeed in, ceding, preceding, feed. Meaning: ['fɪːdɪŋ] n. 1. the act of consuming food 2. the act of supplying food and nourishment.
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1 Have they been feeding you well?
2 He is feeding up the chickens for Christmas.
3 That thin little boy needs feeding up.
4 She was feeding a baby at the breast.
5 She was feeding the baby with porridge.
6 I've arranged with the neighbours about feeding the cat while we are away.
7 The baby was sucking away at the empty feeding - bottle.
8 After a few days the caterpillars stopped feeding.
9 She sat the baby up and tried feeding him.
10 The feeding of dairy cows has undergone a revolution.
11 He needs feeding up some.
12 New fathers love bottle feeding their babies.
13 A large group of chimpanzees was feeding.
14 The film put America's moviegoers into a feeding frenzy.
15 The cows were feeding on hay in the barn.
16 Egrets and a solitary grey heron were busily feeding.
17 Several children were feeding bread to the ducks.
18 The kids love feeding bread to the ducks.
19 She was feeding documents into a paper shredder.
20 when you're feeding a family these days.
21 Feeding a hungry family can be expensive .
22 I've arranged with the neighbours about feeding the cats.
23 You look very pale; I think you need feeding up a bit.
24 At least one British officer was feeding him with classified information.
25 Laura crouched by the fire,(sentencedict.com)[www.Sentencedict.com] feeding it with dry sticks.
26 The humble potato may be the key to feeding the world's population.
27 We are trying to get the baby into a routine for feeding and sleeping.
28 The smell of blood sent the sharks into a feeding frenzy.
29 There were days when child-rearing seemed like an endless treadmill of feeding, washing and nappy-changing.
30 He began cracking open big blue tins of butter cookies and feeding the dogs on his route.
More similar words: breeding, speeding, proceeding, exceedingly, succeed in, ceding, preceding, feed, feed on, feedlot, feedback, biofeedback, sinking feeling, engaged in, mujahedin, feelings, unfeeling, be absorbed in, feel like doing, dingy, rugged individualism, dining, holding, hiding, landing, adding, ending, fading, lading, leading.