- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spoon-feed.
“Although the news items spoon-fed to you may have some value, they are primarily a commodity to gather an audience, which will in turn be sold to corporate advertisers.”
“But I was interested to see that the executive summary of the budget spoon-fed me by double super-secret White House sources includes this:”
“Then, as a practicing psychiatrist, I started to read articles about how radicalization occurs, especially around adolescence and through universities, where ideas like the need to create a global Islamic state—a new Caliphate—were being spoon-fed to vulnerable youngsters.”
“The cables, released by the anti-secrecy Web site WikiLeaks, also suggest that most of the big arrests in the anti-drug fight come about with U.S. intelligence spoon-fed to the Mexicans.”
“What I think is CREEPY are all those Republicans who get their political opinions spoon-fed into their brains by Bill, Rush and Glenn — spoon fed by a sex pervert, a drug addict, and an alcoholic who have become Multi-MILLIONAIRES by running the Big Con.”
“Additionally, Peyton is clever and honest in interviews, never giving the usual “110%” or “a win is a win” or “we win and lose as a team” hackneyed cud players seem to be spoon-fed by team PR reps and then regurgitate on command.”
“The screaming of their spoon-fed fans only adds to the aural misery. schism Says:”
“How much longer will some citizens of this country have to be spoon-fed?”
“The false meaning of the 2010 elections is being spoon-fed to us as cogent analysis by the media - even the supposed left friendly MSNBC - as a groundswell of conservative Tea Party extremism.”
“The false meaning of the 2010 elections is being spoon-fed to us as cogent analysis by the media - even the supposed left friendly MSNBC ...”
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