Meaning of force feed
- lubrication under pressure, as from a pump, used esp. in internal-combustion engines.
Pronunciation: (fôrs'fēd', fōrs'-), [key]
— -fed, -feed•ing.
- to compel to take food, esp. by means of a tube inserted into the throat: They force-fed the prisoners in the hunger strike.
- to compel to absorb or assimilate: The recruits were force-fed a military attitude.