Provender

Prov"en*der

(?), n. [OE. provende, F. provende, provisions, provender, fr. LL. praebenda (prae and pro being confused), a daily allowance of provisions, a prebend. See Prebend.] 1. Dry food for domestic animals, as hay, straw, corn, oats, or a mixture of ground grain; feed. "Hay or other provender." Mortimer.
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Good provender laboring horses would have.
Tusser.
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2. Food or provisions. [R or Obs.]
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