She was provisioned with all the food they could spare for the six who were to go.
A fleet of a thousand armed galleys, equipped and provisioned for two years.
They rode away the next morning, armed and provisioned well.
By noon she was provisioned and everything was ready for our cruise.
He had also armed the cutter, and stored and provisioned her completely for a voyage round the world.
Then a second cell is built, backing on the first and provisioned in the same manner.
The Sea Eagle was provisioned, and a light wireless apparatus installed, the stay wires being used as arials.
The cavern was now provisioned and watered for at least four days.
The boats are lowered away and provisioned for several days.
They were provisioned as if for a long trip, two weeks or more.
late 14c., "a providing beforehand, action of arranging in advance" (originally in reference to ecclesiastical appointments made before the position was vacant), from Old French provision "precaution, care" (early 14c.), from Latin provisionem (nominative provisio) "a foreseeing, foresight, preparation, prevention," noun of action from past participle stem of providere "look ahead" (see provide). Meaning "something provided" is attested from late 15c.; specific sense of "supply of food" is from c.1600.
"to supply with provisions," 1787, from provision (n.). Related: Provisioned; provisioning.