A person, as in a monastic community, who is responsible for maintaining the supply of food and drink.(noun)
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Use "cellarer" in a sentence
"The cellarer was a stout man, vulgar in appearance but jolly, white-haired but still strong, small but quick."
"The cellarer was the purveyor of all food-stuffs and drink for the use of the community."
"He needs men to take on the demanding jobs, such as cellarer, prior and bishop."