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fodder
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Ulysses
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  • To remedy which our cozening dames and damsels brought him his fodder in their apronlaps and as soon as his belly was full he would rear up on his hind uarters to show their ladyships a mystery and roar and bellow out of him in bulls’ language and they all after him.

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as in: cannon fodder Define
people thought of as readily expendable to further a military campaign
as in: fodder for discussion Define
people or things useful for a particular purpose
as in: cattle fodder Define
food such as hay or straw that is given to domesticated animals
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