To furnish or supply (often, specif., food or provisions)
Origin of purvey
Middle English purveienfrom Anglo-Norman purveierfrom Latin prōvidēreprovide
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Anglo-Normanpurveer, purveir et al., Old French porveeir, porveoir, from LatinprōvidÄ“re (“to provide"). Compare provide.
Purvey Sentence Examples
They purvey everything from Herman Miller to Blu Dot, Kartell, Steelcase, and Dwell Studio.
For all this, manuscripts of Purvey's Revision were copied and re-copied during this century, the text itself being evidently approved by the ecclesiastical authorities, when in the hands of the right people and if unaccompanied by controversial matter.
For someone who rejects word worship, you 're awfully quick off the mark to purvey nonsense by definition.
Of the Lollard movement in Scotland but little is known, but a curious relic has come down to our times in the shape of a New Testament of Purvey's Revision in the Scottish dialect of the early 16th century.