furnish out

transitive verb

Definition of furnish out

1 :to provide a supply of (what is needed) :complete
  • from among the impoverished citizens he furnished out masses of colonists to repair the decay of ancient cities
  • —J. A. Froude
2 :to provide material for :supply
  • the assorted sins and failings which furnish out so many of the pages in … biographies
  • —F. L. Mott
3 obsolete :to outfit especially for military action :equip

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