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Language: Old English
Origin: fodor

fodder

noun
     
Related topics: Agriculture
fod‧der [uncountable]
1 food for farm animals
2 something or someone that is useful only for a particular purpose - used in order to show disapproval
fodder for
The murders made prime fodder for newspapers.

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