chandler definition

  • noun:
    • one which tends to make or offers candle lights.
    • A retail dealer in specified products or gear: a ship chandler.
    • an individual who makes or offers candle lights
    • A dealer in (a particular types of) provisions or supplies
    • A California variety of pomelo with a smoother skin than a great many other varieties.
    • A maker or seller of candle lights.
    • A dealer in other commodities, which are suggested by a word prefixed.
    • One who tends to make or sells candle lights, or, formerly, torches.
    • A huckster; a dealer in terms.
    • In structure, a dealer; a merchant: the particular application being dependant on others element of the element: as, tallow-chandler, ship-chandler, corn-chandler, etc.
    • A candlestick. See chandelier.
    • a maker (and vendor) of candle lights and detergent and natural oils and shows
    • a retail dealership in conditions and products
    • united states of america writer of investigator thrillers featuring the type of Philip Marlowe (1888-1959)
    • one which makes or offers candles.
    • A retail supplier in specified products or equipment: a ship chandler.
    • an individual who tends to make or offers candle lights
    • A dealer in (a certain style of) provisions or products
    • A California selection of pomelo with a smoother epidermis than other varieties.
    • A maker or vendor of candle lights.
    • A dealer in other commodities, which are indicated by a word prefixed.
    • One who tends to make or offers candle lights, or, previously, torches.
    • A huckster; a dealer in terms.
    • In composition, a dealer; a merchant: the particular application becoming dependant on the other element of the ingredient: as, tallow-chandler, ship-chandler, corn-chandler, etc.
    • A candlestick. See chandelier.
    • a maker (and vendor) of candle lights and soap and natural oils and paints
    • a retail dealership in conditions and products
    • United States author of investigator thrillers featuring the type of Philip Marlowe (1888-1959)

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