viands viands


  • (n) a stock or supply of foods


  1. He loves nothing quite so much as supping in state at a Cardinal's Palace with twinkling candles on the table and viands of the best.
  2. For the first time in 400 years the kitchens of Hampton Court Palace, whence came the viands of Cardinal Wolsey and florid Henry VIII, were thrown open to the public.
  3. Throughout the Midwest there are carloads of viands, thousands of dirty dishes swiftly and mechanically cleaned, which testify to the energy and foresight of a single man.


  1. Couple die within hours of each other

    A husband and wife who eloped in 1942 and were married for more than seven decades died hours apart this week at a hospice in northern Illinois. Family members say Robert and Nora Viands were insepar
    on August 31, 2013     Source: Jacksonville Journal-Courier

  2. Couple Married for 71 Years Die Hours Apart

    Family members say Robert and Nora Viands were inseparable.        
    on August 31, 2013     Source: ABC News

  3. Rockford couple married for 71 years die hours apart

    Siblings Bob Viands (from left) Beverly Viands, Barb Milton and Bill Viands are interviewed about their parents, Robert and Nora Viands, Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, at Fairhaven Christian Retirement Center in Rockford.
    on August 30, 2013     Source: Peoria Journal Star

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