- the act, method, or process of supplying.
Origin of suppliance1
- appeal; entreaty; plea; supplication: He knelt in an attitude of suppliance.
Origin of suppliance2
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Examples from the Web for suppliance
“When Greece her knees in suppliance bent,” when he stuck there.
She turned away, unable to withstand the suppliance of his eyes.Trusia
On the contrary, he was all softness, all suppliance—a wooer!The Maroon
And with arms still raised in suppliance for his great unselfish soul, he sprang out backward to the darkening sea.Atlantic Narratives
The colonel had brushed it aside with rough hand and sharp word; the major had come penitent and in suppliance.The Rustler of Wind River
G. W. Ogden