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feedbag Syllabification: feed·bag
Pronunciation: /ˈfēdbaɡ/

Definition of feedbag in English:

noun

North American
1A strong canvas or leather bag containing grain, fastened over a horse’s muzzle for feeding: I refilled her water trough and feedbag
More example sentences
  • Our four-legged hero doesn't even get an extra carrot in his feedbag for his efforts.
  • It'd be better if you could stick a feedbag to your face, but you can't unless you're a horse, so taking in six meals per day is your best bet.
  • Their feedbags got lighter and lighter while their loads got heavier and heavier.
1.1A small lightweight bag containing food and drink, given to riders during a cycling race: a helper was trying to hand out the feedbags to the riders
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  • The TV coverage shows a helper dancing around to hand out the feedbags to his team.
  • Oh boy, Arvesen of CSC has now gotten a feedbag caught in his back wheel.
  • The four leaders, Vinokourov, Botero, Pereiro, and Martinez, are getting their feedbags.

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