mandrin man·drin (mān'drĭn)
A stiff wire or stylet inserted into a soft catheter to give it shape and firmness while passing through a hollow tubular structure. Also called mandrel.
mandrin, with those that survived of his little party, were carried prisoners to Valence in Dauphiny.
mandrin was the son of a peasant in Dauphiny who dealt in cattle.
They should not carry off everything from the mandrin pharmacy!
Two German soldiers were throwing down hay from the gable end of the mandrin livery-stable which overlooked the wall.
As he left, he said, "Personally I have not the faintest idea they will penetrate as far as mandrin—not the faintest!"