verb (used with object), breast-fed, breast-feed·ing.
verb (used without object), breast-fed, breast-feed·ing.
- breast pump,
- breast timber,
- breast wall,
- breast wheel,
- breasted, james henry,
Origin of breast-feed
Examples from the Web for breast-feeding
After all, women now use Facebook to share sonogram pictures, breast-feeding tips, and even cervical dilation during labor.
Breast-feeding may burn calories, but it also stimulates appetite, leading many women to eat more.
(d) An allowance for breast-feeding at the rate of 12 cents a day, including Sundays and holidays, for 12 weeks after confinement.
This is partly due to interference with breast-feeding and partly to the unfavourable influence on pregnancy.
The varying length of breast-feeding of the children has probably also its influence.
Influence of the length of the birth interval and the duration of breast-feeding on infant mortality, exhibited by Weinberg.
The habit of breast-feeding as running in families and infant mortality.