vittles

[ vit-lz ]
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plural noun
  1. a nonstandard variant of victuals.

Origin of vittles

1
First recorded in 1600–10

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How to use vittles in a sentence

  • We didn't need much at that—a few meals of vittles fur the men and a little fodder fur our hosses and we'd be satisfied.

    Those Times And These | Irvin S. Cobb
  • False dignity is the effeck ov nu clothes, no branes and mutch vittles.

    Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings | Henry Wheeler Shaw
  • The woman looked up at me with haggard eyes: 'It ain't the vittles, but the pain that's worrying me, ma'am.'

    A Woman's Part in a Revolution | Natalie Harris Hammond
  • The tavern keeper rings a gong with a klub when the vittles is reddy, and then the boarders march in; 'tis a moste effecting site!

    Josh Billings, Hiz Sayings | Henry Wheeler Shaw
  • If yo' beg a mess of vittles in dis town dey puts yo' in jail.