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vivandière

noun vi·van·dière \ˌvē-ˌväⁿ-ˈdyer\

Definition of VIVANDIÈRE

:  a woman who is a sutler

Origin of VIVANDIÈRE

French, feminine of vivandier sutler, from Old French, hospitable man, alteration of viandier, from viande, viaunde item of food — more at viand
First Known Use: 1844

Rhymes with VIVANDIÈRE

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