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vittle

[ vit-l ]

noun

  1. a nonstandard variant of victual.


vittle

/ ˈvɪtəl /

noun

  1. an obsolete or dialect spelling of victual


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Word History and Origins

Origin of vittle1

First recorded in 1805–15

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Example Sentences

Friday told me such a boat would do very well, and would carry “much enough vittle, drink, bread;” this was his way of talking.

Friday told me such a boat would do very well, and would carry "much enough vittle, drink, bread;" that was his way of talking.

As if that wasn't stunning enough, Vittle-us (and well named too) eats six millions' worth, English money, in seven months!

Bill and Ted Vittle did not return the next day or the day after.

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