adjective un·feed \"+\

Definition of unfeed

  1. :  not rewarded with a fee or gratuity :  unpaid, untipped the breath of an unfeed lawyer — Shakespeare cork crumbs in wine opened by an unfeed waiter — O. Henry

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Origin and Etymology of unfeed

1un- + feed, past participle of fee

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