They ordered that the ships should not be victualled or supplied with water from the city, except from day to day.
They were victualled for a long siege, and as the place was strong they had nothing to fear.
Then they were “victualled”—if not to full rations, at least with stores calculated to last them for some time.
Sir Allan victualled it for the day, and provided able rowers.
Moreover the purser and his men found time to make a raid on the stores, so that each boat was victualled.
The Endeavour was victualled for a cruise of eighteen months.
They victualled at the island of Burro, and went from thence to Timor, in lat.
She carried thirty-six guns, and was victualled for a long voyage.
As under these circumstances the town could not long hold out, it must be immediately relieved or victualled.
List of ships furnished and victualled by the City to meet the Armada, 1588.