used in Killing Kennedy
only 1 use
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verb: to restrict the amount of something each person can have — such as food or gasoline when there is a shortage, or when more is wanted than is available
noun: a fixed portion of something that is given as a person's share — such as goods of which there is a shortage, or food for soldiers in the field
- The shooter stays just long enough to fire only "eight or ten" shots, in Sterling's estimation—just enough rounds to ration his ammunition while ensuring that his rifle and scope are accurate.
There are no more uses of "ration" in Killing Kennedy.