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catered

verb as in provide, help

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Think swapping hard party invitations for evites, or cooking when hosting instead of having things catered.

I thought it was because they catered to traveling salesmen and urgent shackups.

Other nonprofit organizations are increasingly offering self-defense classes specifically catered to women.

It was his second consecutive film that catered to conservative audiences.

“It is very interesting to me how thoroughly Romney has catered to the Tea Party wing of his party,” she told me.

She frequently catered for herself, making her own purchases, and taking them home in her carriage.

About fifty prizes are given by Solent clubs for this class, though, of course, they are not so well catered for elsewhere.

Lady Montfort took great pains that he should not be disappointed, and catered for him with all the skill of an accomplished chef.

The officers were equally well catered for, considering that Armentires was within range of the lightest field-guns.

Works of Greek poets who catered to men's depraved tastes have, in spite of everything, perished.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to catered, such as: gratify, humor, purvey, supply, procure, and outfit.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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