supply (n.)
reinforcement(s), support, relief
1H4 IV.iii.3 [Hotspur to Vernon, of King Henry] looks he not for supply?
1H6 I.i.159 [Third Messenger to Bedford] The Earl of Salisbury craveth supply
1H6 IV.iii.10 [Richard to all, of Somerset] delays my promised supply / Of horsemen
2H4 I.iii.12 [Hastings to Archbishop] our supplies live largely in the hope / Of great Northumberland
2H4 I.iii.28 [Lord Bardolph to Archbishop, of Percy] Eating the air and promise of supply
2H4 IV.ii.45 [Hastings to Prince John] though we here fall down, / We have supplies to second our attempt
3H6 III.iii.237 [Lewis to Warwick, of sending troops to England] this noble Queen ... shall follow with a fresh supply
Cym V.ii.16 [Iachimo to Lucius, of the Britons] 'Tis their fresh supplies
KJ V.iii.9 [Messenger to King John, of French reinforcements] the great supply / That was expected by the Dauphin here / Are wracked
KJ V.v.12 [Messenger to Lewis the Dauphin, of French reinforcements] your supply ... / Are cast away and sunk on Goodwin Sands