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


She was provisioned with all the food they could spare for the six who were to go.

The schooner built by the mutineers was ready for sea, but not provisioned for a voyage.

New Orleans was a well fortified post that could be provisioned from the sea.

A fleet of a thousand armed galleys, equipped and provisioned for two years.

By noon she was provisioned and everything was ready for our cruise.

We know, too, that the ships were only provisioned up to 1848.

Then a second cell is built, backing on the first and provisioned in the same manner.

The cavern was now provisioned and watered for at least four days.

This is good evidence of the care with which these expeditions were provisioned.

Thanks to this expedition, the Apaches were provisioned for a long time.