Also called nose bag. a bag for feeding horses, placed before the mouth and fastened around the head with straps.
Idioms about feed bag
put on the feed bag, Slang. to have a meal; eat: When his friends put on the feed bag, they finish everything in sight.
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How to use feed bag in a sentence
That same year, the very first feed bag—a handmade canvas tote with the number “1” printed on it—was created.Lauren Bush Lauren’s Canvas Totes Feed Children in Need | Caitlin Dickson | March 10, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
I wish we had tied a feed bag to her nosethen shed show some speed, laughed Julie.Girl Scouts at Dandelion Camp | Lillian Elizabeth Roy
It gets us in London just about in time to put on the feed bag.Dave Dawson with the R.A.F | R. Sidney Bowen
Sidi Adjille answered, "I ask of you only one thing, that is, to fill with wheat the feed-bag of my mule."Moorish Literature | Anonymous
And her mother declared such sewing was hardly good enough for a feed-bag.A Little Girl of Long Ago | Amanda Millie Douglas
This done, Mike drove to Mr. Pembroke's and hitched his horse at the gate, with its nose in a feed-bag.The Mission of Poubalov | Frederick R. (Frederick Russell) Burton
British Dictionary definitions for feedbag
any bag in which feed for livestock is sacked
US and Canadian a bag, fastened around the head of a horse and covering the nose, in which feed is placed: Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): nosebag
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