stall-fed

[ stawl-fed ]
/ ˈstɔlˈfɛd /

adjective

(of animals) confined to and fed in a stall, especially for fattening.

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Origin of stall-fed

First recorded in 1545–55

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stall-feed
[ stawl-feed ]
/ ˈstɔlˌfid /

verb (used with object), stall-fed, stall-feed·ing.

to keep and feed (an animal) in a stall.
to fatten (an animal) for slaughter by stall-feeding.

Origin of stall-feed

First recorded in 1755–65
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British Dictionary definitions for stall-fed

stall-feed

verb -feeds, -feeding or -fed

(tr) to keep and feed (an animal) in a stall, esp as an intensive method of fattening it for slaughter
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