Victual definitions

vĭt'l
Food fit for human consumption.
noun
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Food supplies; provisions.
noun
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Food or other provisions.
noun
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To provide with food.
verb
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Articles of food, esp. when prepared for use.
noun
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To lay in food supplies.
verb
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To eat or feed.
verb
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To eat.
verb
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To lay in a supply of food.
verb
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To supply with food or other provisions.
verb
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Victual is food prepared to be eaten.

A piece of meat that has been cooked in order to be eaten is an example of victual.

noun
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Victual is defined as to obtain food, provide with food or eat.

When you prepare food and provide someone with it, this act is an example of victual.

verb
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noun
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(Scotland) Grain of any kind.
noun
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To provide with food; to provision.
verb
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(intransitive) To lay in food supplies.
verb
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(intransitive) To eat.
verb
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Origin of victual

Alteration (influenced by Late Latin vīctuālia provisions) of Middle English vitaille from Old French from Late Latin vīctuālia provisions from neuter pl. of Latin vīctuālis of nourishment from vīctus nourishment from past participle of vīvere to live gwei- in Indo-European roots