- v. present participle of spoonfeed.
- n. feeding someone (as a baby) from a spoon
- n. teaching in an overly simplified way that discourages independent thought
“It's not really "spoonfeeding" if you simply answer a question that you've been bringing up again and again and again.”
“D MaskellCorbridgeNorthumberlandWhile the importance of vocational courses should be recognised, rigorous academic qualifications also have a part to play in undoing the damage that a relentless diet of spoonfeeding has wreaked on young minds.”
“Obama quickly stepped in, and muttered an ignorant remark (as usual, when his telemprompter isn't spoonfeeding him) ....”
“This is what this country deserves after electing and supporting someone who cannot get through a complete sentence without a teleprompter or some sort of spoonfeeding .... pathetic .... mike, texas”
“I wonder if Hospice makes house calls for a nation; because the liberals have sentenced our once great nation to a slow death ... via taxation, control, and spoonfeeding lazy minorities and illegal aliens ..... all to have votes!”
“But, I'm tired of the chinese spoonfeeding me their pride of being the 'people's republic!' mike”
“Coming into a postdoc where my mentors were used to spoonfeeding the mildly retarded postdocs they'd had in the past was quite a shock for everyone concerned but they slowly came around to the realization that not all postdocs are stupid!”
“Why aren't people paying attention to the fact that the mainstream media is spoonfeeding us baloney straight from the Clinton campaign?”
“Bob suddenly found himself constructing pens, cages, barriers, buying feed, clearing duck waste, spoonfeeding at mealtime.”
“Its not some sort of 1984 spoonfeeding ... thats commercials look to the banners on anyweb page and its there too ...”
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