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victual (ˈvɪtəl)
vb , (US) -uals, -ualling, -ualled, -uals, -ualing, -ualed
1.  to supply with or obtain victuals
2.  rare (intr) (esp of animals) to partake of victuals
[C14: from Old French vitaille, from Late Latin victuālia provisions, from Latin victuālis concerning food, from victus sustenance, from vīvere to live]

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