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food supply

noun as in larder

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Example Sentences

It would need a food supply because if they were superior, they would have an even larger brain than we do.

Someone in that food supply chain knows that the fish they're selling as tuna is in fact something else entirely.

The federal government needs to be more efficient when it comes to overseeing the food supply.

Yet if the goal is a safe food supply, this law barely scratches the surface.

Sheriff Wheeler described the compound as a self-sufficient community with its own food supply.

Suppose that one single person owned all the food supply of a community isolated from the outside world.

Because, under our present system, we do not raise enough food for all, we fear that the food supply is running short.

The life of the forest and desert hunters is one of incessant activity, and their food supply is precarious.

Like those valleys the Rongshar is sacred, which is inconvenient when the question of food supply is pressing.

He thought of the food supply, so pitifully small, and of the months it would have to last.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to food supply, such as: groceries, pantry, provender, stock, storage, and supplies.

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