verb (used with object), hand-fed, hand-feeding.
Agriculture. to feed (animals) with apportioned amounts at regular intervals.
to feed (an animal or person) by hand:
The students hand-fed the baby monkeys with an eyedropper.
- Hand-foot-and-mouth disease
hand-foot-and-mouth disease n. An exanthematous eruption of the fingers, toes, palms, and soles, accompanied by often painful blistering and ulceration of the buccal mucous membrane, tongue, and soft palate, caused by a coxsackievirus.
[hand-foo l] /ˈhænd fʊl/ noun, plural handfuls. 1. the quantity or amount that the can hold: a handful of coins. 2. a small amount, number, or quantity: a handful of men. 3. Informal. a person or thing that is as much as one can manage or control: The baby’s tantrums made him a handful. /ˈhændfʊl/ […]
noun 1. a small mirror with a handle. 2. . noun 1. a magnifying glass with a handle 2. a small mirror with a handle 3. a small glazed frame for seedlings or plants
noun 1. a grenade or explosive shell that is thrown by hand and exploded either by impact or by means of a fuze. 2. a grenade or glass missile containing a chemical, for extinguishing fire. noun 1. a small metal or plastic canister containing explosives, usually activated by a short fuse and used in close […]