supply[ suh-plahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF supply
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPPLY
Moreover, it would have been easy, to supply the emendation.
It was not the first time he had known of such an effort on her part to supply him with food.
(b) What food substance do they supply in quantity to the diet?
We carved off a supply from both, and saved the skins, and hove the rest overboard.
When the interest of being in danger ceased, I had no other to supply its place.
The brindled cow, which has led us hither, will supply us with milk.
Remember the interpositions of God to supply the necessities of the destitute.
"We must do our best to supply the deficiency," said Morton, as he entered.
The 'interviewer' may make use of it to supply him with 'copy,' but this remains to be seen.
They see their needs; they have the means to supply what they want.