provisions[ pruh-vizh-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF provisions
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROVISIONS
Especially would this seem grievous when provisions were dear.
On this occasion, our provisions were supplemented by the hospitality of the khan.
Our provisions were very bad, and the mortality among us was great.
The woman had consented to our occupying an out-house, and had agreed to buy the provisions.
The consequence might have been serious had provisions not been found by a party of foragers.
Loads of provisions come into it, and yet there's rarely anything to be had when it's wanted.
The sledge must be loaded with the provisions at once, and as much wood as possible.
And in fact they soon had provisions to spare and distributed them among the poor.
Provisions were abundant and the numerical strength was sufficient.
From Hanover he removed to Pittsburgh, where he operated in provisions until 1845.