Sup*pli"ance (?), n. [From Supply.]

That which supplies a want; assistance; a gratification; satisfaction.

[R.]

The perfume and suppliance of a minute. Shak.

 

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Sup*pli"ance (?), n. [See Suppliant.]

Supplication; entreaty.

When Greece her knee in suppliance bent. Halleck.

 

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