Origin of spoon-fed
Definition for spoon-fed (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), spoon-fed, spoon-feed·ing.
Origin of spoon-feed
Examples from the Web for spoon-fed
The conclusions of the advisory report were spoon-fed to a friendly group of Japanese political reporters two days ago.Japanese Women Tell Their Men They Have to Choose Between Love and War|Jake Adelstein, Angela Erika Kubo|May 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Drudge simply “reported” on that fact—or rather was spoon-fed it by disgruntled internal sources.Julian Assange Loves Rand Paul and His ‘Very Principled Positions’|Michael Tomasky|August 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Do American movie-going audiences in 2012 really need to be spoon-fed a justification for the killing of Osama bin Laden?
It was difficult to get her to eat, and she had to be spoon-fed.
If men could be spoon-fed with happiness, a benevolent despotism would be the ideal system.Liberalism|L. T. Hobhouse
At times he would partake only of liquid nourishment, then again would have to be spoon-fed.Studies in Forensic Psychiatry|Bernard Glueck
She had to be spoon-fed at times, again she ate naturally when the food was brought.
Accustom people to be nose-led and spoon-fed, and democracy is a mere pretence.Another Sheaf|John Galsworthy