forced feeding n.
Administration of liquid food through a nasal tube passed into the stomach. Also called forced alimentation.
Forcing a person to eat more food than desired.
forced feeding, sunlight and air, play as important a part here as in pulmonary tuberculosis.
This often requires the insertion of a stomach tube and forced feeding.
The beneficial effects in chorea of absolute rest in bed and forced feeding are a matter of common observation.
The old Squire never learned of Halstead's bootless experiment in forced feeding.
It is incredible, what three days of rest and forced feeding at my implacable hands, have done for Dinky-Dunk.