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Definition of "victualling" []

  • Present participle of victual. (verb)

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Use "victualling" in a sentence
  • "Next comes the victualling, which is also cut short, lest the honey-store swelled by the joint contributions of the two Bees should overflow."
  • "A Grade I-listed, early-19th-century naval victualling depot, with a harbour on the Tamar estuary, the yard's vast granite buildings were designed to cater for fleets of Georgian sailing ships."
  • "In last night's diary entry, Pepys tells how he had drafted a new paper on victualling the fleet, and was waiting for the King to come out of chapel to show it to him, when there came people out of the Parke, telling us that the guns are heard plain."