This was quite true, for Mr. Thorn's fowl-house was large and airy, and well supplied with every necessary convenience.
The American fleet was well supplied with coal from British vessels.
Game came into the country I left them well supplied—and skipped.
He possessed a little money and a mother who was well supplied with it.
The hospitals are well supplied in the same way, and small advances of pay are made to the officers and men.
"You seem to be well supplied with coal," said he, as he looked about him.
It is said to be an excellent road, and well supplied with the requisites for encamping.
See that your guns are well supplied with ammunition during the lull.
The servant who brought the message likewise informed him that the constables in the court-yard had been well supplied with ale.
The canoe was well supplied with provisions and the lake was quiet.
late 14c., "to help, support, maintain," also "fill up, make up for," from Old French supplier "fill up, make full," from Latin supplere "fill up, complete," from sub "up from below" + plere "to fill" (see pleio-). The meaning "furnish, provide" first recorded 1520s. Related: Supplied; supplying.
early 15c., "assistance, relief," from supply (v.). Meaning "quantity or amount of something provided" is attested from c.1600. In the political economy sense (corollary of demand) it dates from 1776. Supply-side in reference to economic policy is attested from 1976. Supplies "provisions" is from c.1650.
The amount of any given commodity available for sale at a given time.