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aliment to sustain or feed. [1/3 definitions]
anteater any of several toothless mammals such as the aardvark and pangolin that feed mainly on ants or termites by means of a long, sticky tongue.
bark beetle a small weevil, the adults and larvae of which burrow under the bark of conifers and other trees to feed on the inner bark, often causing great damage.
beebread a mixture of nectar and pollen made by bees to feed to their larvae.
bee-eater any of several small, brightly colored tropical birds that feed chiefly on bees and other insects.
bee fly any of several two-winged flies that resemble bees and that feed on pollen and nectar.
birdseed seeds, usu. in a mixture, used to feed birds.
bone meal bones that have been coarsely ground, used as fertilizer and animal feed.
bookworm any of various insect larvae that infest and feed on the bindings of books. [1/2 definitions]
breast-feed to feed (a baby) milk from a breast; suckle; nurse. [1/2 definitions]
broad bean a plant of the pea family that bears flat seeds that are used as a vegetable or an animal feed; fava bean.
browse to graze or feed on. [2/5 definitions]
cabbage butterfly any of several common white butterflies, the green larvae of which feed on cabbage and related plants.
cankerworm any of several moth larvae that feed on fruit and foliage often destroying fruit and shade trees.
caracara any of several large, long-legged birds, related to hawks and found from the southern United States to South America, that feed on carrion or live prey.
carpet beetle any of several small beetles whose larvae feed on and damage furs and woolens.
clothes moth any of several small moths that lay eggs in wool, fur, or the like, upon which the larvae feed.
codling moth a small moth, found nearly worldwide, whose larvae feed on apples, pears, and the like.
corn1 to feed corn or other grain to (an animal). [1/7 definitions]
cottonseed meal meal made from the cottonseed after the hull and oil are removed, used as fertilizer and feed.
cowpea an annual vine plant that bears long seed pods, grown in the southern United States as feed for domestic animals and as a fertilizer. [1/2 definitions]