Definitions

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  • noun US A store selling feed for animals.

Etymologies

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feed +‎ store

Examples

  • Windfall concerns the story of Ben Lindberg, an English professor at the University of Texas at Austin who finds several coolers filled with a total of $7.5 million in an abandoned feedstore.

    Windfall « Exile on Ninth Street

  • Windfall concerns the story of Ben Lindberg, an English professor at the University of Texas at Austin who finds several coolers filled with a total of $7.5 million in an abandoned feedstore.

    2006 March « Exile on Ninth Street

  • Windfall concerns the story of Ben Lindberg, an English professor at the University of Texas at Austin who finds several coolers filled with a total of $7.5 million in an abandoned feedstore.

    2006 March 02 « Exile on Ninth Street

  • He'd been a feedstore clerk, and was lucky enough to have married a farmer's sister.

    Lucifer's Hammer

  • Get by the feedstore, we're going to need lots of cattle and hog feed.

    Lucifer's Hammer

  • There was a momentary smile as he thought of the prices his feedstore inventory would bring; then a frown as he thought it through.

    Lucifer's Hammer

  • By day they sat in the alley behind the feedstore and drank beer from a battered tin pail.

    The Mucker

  • I stopped at the local feedstore to get some horse and mule feed.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • I stopped at the local feedstore to get some horse and mule feed.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • "of the establishment" is a stilted way of saying "of the feedstore"

    Snarklings versus the Snarkometer, #38

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