verb (used with object), vict·ualed, vict·ual·ing or (especially British) vict·ualled, vict·ual·ling.
verb (used without object), vict·ualed, vict·ual·ing or (especially British) vict·ualled, vict·ual·ling.
Origin of victual
Related formsvict·ual·less, adjectivere·vict·ual, verb, re·vict·ualed, re·vict·ual·ing or (especially British) re·vict·ualled, re·vict·ual·ling.un·vic·tualed, adjectiveun·vic·tualled, adjective
Examples from the Web for revictualled
After crossing the line on the 10th March, he sailed for Brazil, where the ship was revictualled.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
The castles in the Southern Marches were put in fighting trim, revictualled and reinforced.Owen Glyndwr and the Last Struggle for Welsh Independence|Arthur Granville Bradley
He had not only revictualled the town; but with the help of Captain La Hire had driven away the besiegers.The Life of Joan of Arc, Vol. 1 and 2 (of 2)|Anatole France
The attacking troops which had not been revictualled for four days, had finished their reserve rations twelve hours previously.Verdun Argonne-Metz 1914-1918|Anonymous
Thereupon Lancaster returned to the Garonne and revictualled Aiguillon.The History of England|T.F. Tout