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- n. Alternative spelling of chicken feed.
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- n. a trifling sum of money.
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- n. an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride; used as a stimulant to the nervous system and as an appetite suppressant
- n. dry mash for poultry
- n. a trifling sum of money
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Other good toys and games of christmas -- the lego dragon my brother gave Lucas, and the deadly game of chickenfeed which is played at suchlike family events.
Boris Johnson dismisses £250,000-a-year Telegraph column as 'chickenfeed'
Whether that is true or not, we can see after the fact that the bail out was correctly described by Sir Alan Greenspan as 'chickenfeed'.
This is not the “6 Million Dollar Man”, for the obvious reason that 6 million dollars is chickenfeed in the Pentagon budget.
Look; Constellation is struggling to develop on a chickenfeed compared to Apollo-era funding, but that's no surprise whatsoever to anyone reading this.
You see, one of the people on the thread said they put 20 hours into a story and that's why pay was chickenfeed for the amount of labour put into it.
But still chickenfeed, as Boris Johnson, might say.
Compared to these figures, the amount invested into gold is chickenfeed.
The UN Tribunal which could, at worst, undermine domestic and regional confidence in Hezbollah, cause some sectarian strife, and subject Lebanon to punitive international sanctions, is chickenfeed compared to the repercussions of a full-blown Syrian implosion.
The sums were chickenfeed when compared to the billions spent on recapitalising RBS or Lloyds, but are now under review as part of the coalition government's probe into all the money spent by Brown's administration during its last months in office.