- an appointment to an ecclesiastical office.
- appointment by the pope to a see or benefice not yet vacant.
verb (used with object)
Origin of provision
OTHER WORDS FROM provision
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Example sentences from the Web for reprovision
Ports of call where you can reprovision are not numerous, but they do exist.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
I don't suppose you mind my taking any action I may consider necessary to reprovision the fort?'Stalky & Co.|Rudyard Kipling
He had intended to reprovision his force at Amelia, and then push straight on.Mohun, or, The Last Days of Lee and his Paladins|John Esten Cooke
Moreover, the herds of wild cattle and droves of wild boars enabled the ships to reprovision without cost.On the Spanish Main|John Masefield
Besides, Gaspar is not without hope that something may turn up to reprovision them, ere the sun goes down.Gaspar the Gaucho|Mayne Reid