Besides, Gaspar is not without hope that something may turn up to reprovision them, ere the sun goes down.
Ports of call where you can reprovision are not numerous, but they do exist.
Moreover, the herds of wild cattle and droves of wild boars enabled the ships to reprovision without cost.
He had intended to reprovision his force at Amelia, and then push straight on.
I don't suppose you mind my taking any action I may consider necessary to reprovision the fort?'
He was therefore left without means to coal and reprovision.
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.