Spoon-feed



verb (used with object), spoon-fed, spoon-feeding.
1.
to cause to be spoon-fed.
verb (transitive) -feeds, -feeding, -fed
1.
to feed with a spoon
2.
to overindulge or spoil
3.
to provide (a person) with ready-made opinions, judgments, etc, depriving him of original thought or action

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