to be made fat by food, to be fed; to be besieged. [Richardson 1885]
to be supported, to be nourished, as a child fed by its mother; to be filled up, as holes in a wall, etc.; to be woven, or supplied with weft; to be charged, as a gun, cannon, etc.; to be presented with food; to be wound up, as a clock, etc. [Richardson 1885]
to be fed [Hallanger 1973]
charged, as a gun; fed, as a child; having weft, as a piece of cloth, etc. etc. [Richardson 1885]