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Definition of "victualler" []

  • A supplier of victuals or supplies to an army. (noun)
  • An innkeeper. (noun)
  • A supply ship. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "victualler" in a sentence
  • "They cannot now grant a license for sale of liquor to be drunk on the prem - ises except to a common victualler, that is, to one who conducts also the business of furnishing food."
  • "Henry Stobbs was "victualler" at the Sun Inn in 1886, followed by Frederick Benson."
  • "He ordered his victualler to send bread to the poor at Moorfields and proclaimed a day of fasting next month, whereby appointed men will go about to collect money for those suffering."