Origin of food
Examples from the Web for food
And there is definitely something to finding solace in food, familiarity, and memory.
Talking about death is never easy, but with food, comfort, and familiarity, a new kind of dinner party is making it easier.
Instead of just cutting out whole food groups, Bacon says people should pay attention to how food makes them feel.
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Like any exciting meal, Food will leave you smiling and satisfied.The 10 Best Albums of 2014: Taylor Swift, Sia, Run the Jewels, and More|Marlow Stern|December 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He said that the food was good and that sometimes evenings he had a chance to go out.Warren Commission (1 of 26): Hearings Vol. I (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
In these cases the attempt has also been made to nourish by subcutaneous injections of food.
Its food consists of sand-worms, crustaceans, various insects and great quantities of small molluscs.British Sea Birds|Charles Dixon
The music, the lights, the haze of smoke and the scent of food were depressing.Sally Bishop|E. Temple Thurston
I discovered that they kept no cattle, nor animals of any kind for food or labor.Mizora: A Prophecy|Mary E. Bradley
British Dictionary definitions for food
Word Origin for food
Word Origin and History for food
Old English foda "food, nourishment; fuel," also figurative, from Proto-Germanic *fodon (cf. Gothic fodeins), from Germanic root *fod-, equivalent of PIE *pa- "to tend, keep, pasture, to protect, to guard, to feed" (cf. Greek pateisthai "to feed;" Latin pabulum "food, fodder," panis "bread," pasci "to feed," pascare "to graze, pasture, feed," pastor "shepherd," literally "feeder;" Avestan pitu- "food;" Old Church Slavonic pasti "feed cattle, pasture;" Russian pishcha "food").
Food chain is from 1917. Food poisoning attested by 1864; food processor in the kitchen appliance sense from 1973.