rations[ rash-uhn, rey-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF rations
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RATIONS
Indents had to be made out for transport, rations and ammunition.
To increase their sufferings, rations had to be still further reduced.
I limited the rations at each meal to a half of one of my cakes for each man.
Stanton took charge of the kettle and dished out the rations that night.
And I'll tell you right now, I'm going to cut your rations one-third, too—hear?
All had three rations and two hundred and fifty rounds of ammunition.
Rations of a type welcome in a northern climate were unpalatable in Turkey.
Come, a cottage to yourselves, rations, and five and six a day!
You said they were rations, but they haven't been opened in six days.
He seized some church plate at Pinhel that he might convert it into rations.