viand (n.)
(usually plural) food, victuals, foodstuff
3H6 II.v.52[King alone, of a prince's fare] His viands sparkling in a golden cup
AC III.xi.73[Antony to servants] Some wine, within there, and our viands!
Cor I.i.98[Menenius to Citizens, of the belly] it did remain / I'th' midst o'th' body, idle and unactive, / Still cupboarding the viand
Cym V.v.156[Iachimo to Cymbeline] O, would / Our viands had been poisoned
MV IV.i.97[Shylock to Duke, of slaves] let their palates / Be seasoned with such viands [as yours]
Per II.iii.31[Thaisa to herself] All viands that I eat do seem unsavoury
TC II.ii.71[Troilus to Hector] the remainder viands / We do not throw in unrespective sieve / Because we now are full
Tem III.iii.42[Sebastian to all, of the spirits] They have left their viands behind
TNK III.i.84[Arcite to Palamon] I will be here / With wholesome viands
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