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Sentence count:17Posted:2016-12-20Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: provisionSimilar words: surveycurvepurviewsurveillanceconveysurvivorsurvivalspurMeaning: [pɜr'veɪ /pɜː-]  v. supply with provisions. 
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1. The prime minister's speech was intended to purvey a message of optimism.
2. They have two restaurants that purvey dumplings and chicken noodle soup.
3. People fake expertise about it, use it to purvey fakery and may even fake their own identities.
4. They purvey food for the army.
5. Purvey the renting and installment of the AV, Lighting, and Hi-Fi equipments.
6. Say whatever purvey thing you're going to say and just leave?
7. These advancements in technology purvey benefits and impel organizations to change.
8. Remember that your objective is to purvey the message to the viewer or reader with a minimum amount of noise.
9. Integrating other students' work, the long-distance educational resources' purvey system based on web is completed.
10. She was becoming less interested in any tittle-tattle he might purvey that might help her with the case than in himself.
11. We come at last to be the lies that we purvey.
12. Will immediately talk out of a meeting, session, lecture, performance or film showing if he hears a speaker tell lies, or purvey ideological nonsense or shameless
13. They did so in order to distinguish themselves from charlatans and quacks who purvey anti-aging products and treatments that are ineffective and sometimes harmful.
14. But so far only Dubai seems to have licence to purvey total brashness, recently boasting the world’s largest shopping mall and most spectacular array of fountains among other attractions.
15. I don't know which is more dangerous, that religious beliefs force some people to choose between knowledge and myth or that pointing out how religion can purvey ignorance is taboo.
16. It was pretty simple during flush times, "when people were fat and happy," to purvey indifferent goods with fancy labels, said Robert Burke, a luxury retail consultant.
17. Will immediately talk out of a gathering, session, lecture, performance or film showing if he hears a speaker tell lies, or purvey ideological nonsense or shameless propaganda.
More similar words: surveycurvepurviewsurveillanceconveysurvivorsurvivalspurspurnpurelypursuepurplenerveservecarvepursuitpurposepurchasestarvereserveobserveserve asharveston purposepurloinedobserverpreservereservedobservedpurposeful
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