victualer

[vit-l-er]
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noun

a person who furnishes victuals, especially a sutler.
a supply ship.
Also called licensed victualer. British. the keeper of an inn or tavern, especially one licensed to sell liquor.

Nearby words

  1. victrices,
  2. victrix,
  3. victrola,
  4. victual,
  5. victualage,
  6. victualler,
  7. victuals,
  8. vicuna,
  9. vicuña,
  10. vid

Also especially British, vict·ual·ler.

Origin of victualer

1350–1400; Middle English vitailler < Anglo-French; Middle French vitail(l)ier. See victual, -er2

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British Dictionary definitions for victualler

victualler

noun

a supplier of victuals, as to an army; sutler
British a licensed purveyor of spirits; innkeeper
a supply ship, esp one carrying foodstuffs
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