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This was all he had with which to meet and overcome Grylls's strong and well-provided party.

It is thickly populated and well-provided with rice and gold-mines.

Is not this lavish generosity to a pair of royal and well-provided lovers an insult to the working people of England?

Danby was caught by her good looks, and she by the bait of a well-provided home.

He was an innocent beggar going to the doors of the well-provided for cold spiritual victuals to warm over for his own family.

He rose before a well-provided laddie and politely begged for a share of his meal.

In 1595, Cornelius Houtman sailed, with a well-provided fleet, for the land of gems and spices.

But no answer had come through the trusty Tickuss, nor any well-provided visit.

But with the destitute or those who had no well-provided homes another rule must be adopted.

Because of this close connection between God and his subjects, the people were well-provided for, and they did not need to work.

WORD ORIGIN

"with condition that," early 15c., conjunction use of past participle of provide. As an adjective, "prepared, ready," 1570s; "furnished" 1878.

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