furnish (someone or something) with (something)

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furnish (someone or something) with (something)

To give something to someone or something; to supply someone or something with something. Is the company going to furnish you with an apartment, or are you supposed to find one on your own? Don't worry, the finance department is going to furnish us with the budget projections for our project.
See also: furnish
References in classic literature ?
In all which expedition Mrs Waters declared she would bear him company; and for which she was able to furnish him with money, a very material article to Mr Northerton, she having then in her pocket three bank-notes to the amount of L90, besides some cash, and a diamond ring of pretty considerable value on her finger.