What Does FEEDER Mean in a Text?

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FEEDER means Player Who Dies Easily in a Game in an gaming context.

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A FEEDER is a player who repeatedly "Dies Easily in a Game" and thereby feeds the opposition with skills, experience money or other items. Most FEEDERs are inexperienced players who die because they are unable to work out how to defeat an enemy. However, sometimes feeding is done deliberately (e.g., when a player wants to speed up the game if they do not see any chance of winning, or simply to ruin other players' games. (See GRIEFER (Player Who Provokes Other Players).)

A player who benefits from a FEEDER is referred to as FED.

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When I write FEEDER, I mean this:

meaning of FEEDER

"Player Who Dies Easily in a Game"

Summary of Key Points

"Player Who Dies Easily in a Game" is the most common definition for FEEDER on gaming forums.
Definition:Player Who Dies Easily in a Game
Type:Slang Word (Jargon)
Guessability:guessability level 3
3: Guessable
Typical Users:typical user

Adults and Teenagers

Examples of FEEDER in Sentences

Here is an example of FEEDER in a conversation:
  • Cher: He got me again!
  • Teresa: Stop being such a FEEDER !

Example of FEEDER Used in a Text

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