provant

provant

(ˈprɒvənt)
adj
1. supplied with provisions
2. (Military) mercenary
vb (tr)
to supply with provisions
References in classic literature ?
Sancho said he did not want anything more than a little barley for Dapple, and half a cheese and half a loaf for himself; for the distance being so short there was no occasion for any better or bulkier provant.
Then, good archer, I am right glad to welcome you to Twynham Castle, and in the steward's room you will find provant for yourself and comrades.
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