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Victualler

noun
1.
An innkeeper (especially British).  Synonym: victualer.
2.
A supplier of victuals or supplies to an army.  Synonyms: provisioner, sutler, victualer.






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"Victualler" Quotes from Famous Books



... furnished, should be daily and constantly brought, not only to the markets formerly in use, but also to Clerkenwell, Islington, Finsbury Fields, Mile End Green, and Ratcliffe, for greater convenience of the citizens. For those who were unable to buy provisions, the king commanded the victualler of his navy to send bread into Moorfields, and distribute it amongst them. And as divers distressed people had saved some of their goods, of which they knew not where to dispose, he ordered that churches, chapels, schools, and such like places in and around Westminster, should be free and ...
— Royalty Restored - or, London under Charles II. • J. Fitzgerald Molloy



Words linked to "Victualler" :   provider, host, United Kingdom, innkeeper, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, provisioner, victual, Britain, U.K., supplier, Great Britain, boniface, UK



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