We plunged into it well-supplied; we marched and we marched—no Russians.
I peeped into the room, and saw some twelve persons, men and women, seated round a well-supplied table.
He did the honours of his well-supplied board nobly, and his real passion was good living.
The store-house was well-supplied with small arms, particularly muskets, but sadly deficient in ammunition.
The prudent wife of the door-keeper having brought the supper, we sat down to the well-supplied table.
A Free Public Library possesses a collection of fourteen thousand volumes, and a well-supplied reading room.
The more extended and well-supplied house merely gives its lady a more extended supply of topics of the same nature.
As he spoke the map-reviser began counting bills from his well-supplied purse.
These, however, were soon replaced from the well-supplied closets of the kitchen and dining-room.
It consists of one main street containing banks, public offices, counting-houses, and well-supplied stores and shops.
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.