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eat out of someone's hand

Subject: The hand


I chose to go into depth with a proverb that deals with the hand.


Eat out of someone's hand 

(third-person singular simple present eats out of someone's hand, present participle eating out of someone's hand, simple past ate out of someone's hand, past participle eaten out of someone's hand)

  1. (idiomatic) To behave in a docilesubmissive way towards somebody.


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