noun, verb (used with or without object)
Origin of vittle
Definition for vittles (2 of 2)
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 vittles
Now let's cook some vittles; we've had nothing to eat this morning yet, and it must be nigh eleven o'clock.True to the Old Flag|G. A. Henty
You kin cook for 'em and put your hands in they vittles and they don't say nothing, but jest you tech one!Slave Narratives, Oklahoma|Various
But don't attempt to convert a Ethiopian person while his stummuck yearns for vittles.The Complete Works of Artemus Ward|Charles Farrar Browne (AKA Artemus Ward)
"Yes, but this gives you vittles to eat," said the old woman.Europa's Fairy Book|Joseph Jacobs
Is there but one man on earth I'd turn the name o' my vittles up-side-down'ards for?At the Age of Eve|Kate Trimble Sharber