noun \ˈsət-lər\

Definition of SUTLER

:  a civilian provisioner to an army post often with a shop on the post

Origin of SUTLER

obsolete Dutch soeteler, from Low German suteler sloppy worker, camp cook
First Known Use: 1599

Rhymes with SUTLER


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