from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In any machine, the feed or feeding mechanism which is operated by power, as distinguished from a feed operated by hand.
- Having a feed mechanism operated by power.
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The gun crews in the turret emplacements imagined there was a heavy short in the power-feed system when their combined salvos failed them.
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While the men didn't consume as much as professional eaters, they did power-feed their way into Hard Rock Cafe history as the restaurant chain celebrated its 38th anniversary.
Right at the start, however, I see that something about the power-feed must be changed. "
"Order all battleships to the nearest power-feed station, and command that all power available be transmitted to the station attacked.