a pigeon feeder holding a bag of stale bread
the lake has several feeders that have their headwaters near the Canadian border
Recent Examples on the WebStarting around 2010, the migrants would pay a feeder about sixteen hundred dollars to travel from Sudan to the north coast of Africa.—Ed Caesar, The New Yorker, 6 Nov. 2023 The city aims to attract climate migrants, seeing them as a feeder of the economy, rather than a drag on it.—Melanie Stetson Freeman, The Christian Science Monitor, 9 Nov. 2023 The innovative bird feeder features an integrated camera that connects to the accompanying app to show video footage of birds eating at the feeder.—Maria Conti, Better Homes & Gardens, 5 Sep. 2023 His late-career resurgence has been instrumental in the Diamondbacks’ leap from bottom feeders to title contenders.—Jorge Castillo, Los Angeles Times, 26 Oct. 2023 Also, go for feeders with red parts to attract birds instead of nectar with red dye.—WIRED, 20 Oct. 2023 These smokers are super efficient and rely upon a feeder to feed the pellets from a hopper to the combustion chamber.—John Sass, Field & Stream, 27 Sep. 2023 Over the great operatic journey that is Mr. Chow’s life, can anything top the overture performed by this supremely self-confident, mildly abrasive, quasi-pugnacious but likable impresario-artist-actor and feeder of the elite?—John Anderson, WSJ, 19 Oct. 2023 But a fault in the feeder line of the sprinkler system caused water to cascade over many of the batteries, damaging them.—Rob Nikolewski, San Diego Union-Tribune, 11 Oct. 2023 See More
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