furnish

Part of speech: verb

To fit out, as with furniture; supply; yield.

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Usage examples "furnish":

  1. There are a number of pieces of gravelly hard ground in the vicinity, each of which probably would furnish equally good fishing for cod and cusk at the same seasons as on the ridge. - "Fishing Grounds of the Gulf of Maine", Walter H. Rich.
  2. They were seeking that which, when found, would furnish proof of law- breaking against the parent or employer, a fact of which these were fully aware. - "The Children of the Poor", Jacob A. Riis.
  3. Anything in it for me, if I'll furnish the money? - "Twenty Years of Hus'ling", J. P. Johnston.