chandler

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chan·dler

noun \ˈchan(d)-lər\

Definition of CHANDLER

1
:  a maker or seller of tallow or wax candles and usually soap
2
:  a retail dealer in provisions and supplies or equipment of a specified kind <a yacht chandler>

Origin of CHANDLER

Middle English chandeler, from Anglo-French, from chandele candle, from Latin candela
First Known Use: 14th century

Chan·dler

biographical name \ˈchan-(d)lər\

Definition of CHANDLER

Raymond Thornton 1888–1959 Am. nov. & screenwriter

Chan·dler

geographical name \ˈchan(d)-lər\

Definition of CHANDLER

city SW cen Arizona pop 236,123

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