If rationed carefully and traveling at maximum speed, I might even cover a good amount of nearby land.
Recently she made headlines by attacking a provision in Obama's stimulus plan that she said would lead to rationed health care.
The staff to be paid by the Government, and rationed and clothed by the War Department.
Each of us, on leaving the Leviathan, had been rationed with a sandwich.
He rationed his supply a bit, hoping he could finish the job without a refill.
They were rationed about as our own men, and from our supplies.
We rationed our beef steers the way that government chap taught us, and our pigs, and our sheep, and who got the profit?
During the war, when we're rationed, I save him his daily glass.
The rebel loss was much greater in the aggregate, as we captured and sent North to be rationed there over 6,100 prisoners.
You're asking for rationed food; for a shakedown, maybe, in a garret.
1550, "reasoning," later, "relation of one number to another" (1660s), then "fixed allowance of food" (1702, often rations, from French ration in this sense), from Latin rationem (nominative ratio) "a reckoning, calculation, proportion" (see ratio). The military pronunciation (rhymes with fashion) took over from the preferred civilian pronunciation (rhymes with nation) during World War I.