fodder englannista suomeksi
Food for animals; that which is fed to cattle, horses, and sheep, such as hay, cornstalks, vegetables, etc.
(RQ:Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona)
Stuff; material; something that serves as inspiration or encouragement, especially for satire or humour.
- According to the audio commentary on “Treehouse Of Horror III,” some of the creative folks at The Simpsons were concerned that the “Treehouse Of Horror” franchise had outworn its welcome and was rapidly running out of classic horror or science-fiction fodder to spoof.
2009, "Colin Blackburn", ''another 1-off cryptic clue.'' (on newsgroup ''rec.puzzles.crosswords'')
- In (part of) Shelley's poem Ozymandias is a "crumbling statue". If this is the explanation then the clue is not a reverse cryptic in the same was(SI) as GEGS -> SCRAMBLED EGGS but a normal clue where where(SI) the fodder and anagrind are *bothindirect.
(quote-book) Look in ''-sane Roman'' and you'll uncover NERO, the ''insane Roman''. Dovetailing the signpost — ''in'' — with the hidden fodder — ''sane Roman'' — is inspired, an embedded style of signposting.
To feed animals (with fodder).
- Straw will do well enough to fodder them with