Definition of fodder
- fodder for tabloids
- This sort of breezy plot line has become cheap fodder for novelists and screenwriters …
- —Sally Bedell
His antics always make good fodder for the gossip columnists.
She often used her friends' problems as fodder for her novels.
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: food given to horses, cows, etc.
: material that is used for a particular purpose
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the quality or state of being insatiable
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