victuals

  1. a stock or supply of foods
  2. a source of materials to nourish the body
  3. any substance that can be used as food

Victuals

• (n. pl.) Food for human beings, esp. when it is cooked or prepared for the table; that which supports human life; provisions; sustenance; meat; viands.
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Victuals

Vict'uals noun plural [ Middle English vitaille , Old French vitaille , French victuaille , plural victuailles , from Latin victualia , plural of. victualis belonging to living or nourishment, from victus nourishment, from vivere , victum
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victuals

articles of food, especially when prepared for use.
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victuals

food for human beings, esp. when it is cooked or prepared for the table.
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victuals

Food for human beings, especially. When it is cooked or prepared for the table; that which supports human life; provisions; sustenance; meat; viands. 'Then had we plenty of victuals.' (Jer. Xliv. 17) ... Origin: OE. Vitaille, OF. Vitaille, F. Victuaille, pl. Victuailles, fr. L. Victualia, pl. Of. Victualis belonging to living or nourishment, fr. Vi...
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