cater[ key-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF cater
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATER
The only permanent citizens are the ones who cater to those on the way through.
Are you going to cater to the whims and prejudices of people?
If he could cater for a month, no expense should be grudged; as for the future, he thrust it from his mind.
When dealing with childish persons you have to cater to their whims.
"I can be friends with you, but you can't be friends with me, Cater; it isn't in you to know how," he said.
She was willing to cajole, to cater in order to win friendship.
National societies of a voluntary nature also cater to health and happiness.
You do not see much of a German landlady, as she does not cater for you.
We had no company to cater to and as long as we knew things were clean that's all we cared.
I reckon I know your tastes so that I can cater for you and—is there any limit to what we may order?