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Definition of "victuals" []

  • Food supplies; provisions. (noun)
  • Plural form of victual. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of victual. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "victuals" in a sentence
  • "The bursar hated Conan, ever since the time when the Cimmerian caught him taking extra servings of victuals from the mess hall - sustenance intended for warriors, not scribblers."
  • ""I tell you," he said, "when folks hes been a ridin 'on an empty stomach ever since breakfast, victuals is victuals; we learn how to be thankful for 'em; so I' ll take another slice o 'that' ere beef, and one or two more cold potatoes, and the vinegar, Mr. Sheril."
  • "Vnlesse perhaps Munster calleth the food of cattell, cattell themselues slaine for the foode of men: whom, as I thinke, the vse of the latine tongue doth gaine say, which hath taught vs that as men doe eate, so beasts do feede, and hath termed the victuals of men, and the food or fodder of cattell."