from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The art of candle making
- n. A business or shop for candle making
- n. The trade of being a chandler
- n. An operation (usually, a business) which provides supplies
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Commodities sold by a chandler.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The commodities sold by a chandler.
- n. A chandler's warehouse.
- n. A store-room for candles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. candles and other commodities sold by a chandler
- n. a storeroom where candles are kept
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To the left of the chandlery was a cooperage, its frontage less than half that of what Kharl's had been in Brysta.
The chandlery was a ship's store that was a five-minute walk down the dock.
To the south of the chandlery was a smaller building, with an open door, but no signs.
See, I used to commit chandlery fairly often but had fallen out of the habit, and yesterday cristalia mentioned she was thinking of taking it up, which inspired me to break out the wax and crayons.
Supporting industries of ship chandlery, repair, food supply, and prostitution sprang up on the welcoming green islands.
February 1st saw the launch of a new website supplying chandlery, marine electronics and yachting clothing to the UK boating marketplace.
Combined with a vastly experienced staff based in the UK sailing heartland of Cornwall, Nare are ideally positioned to service the clothing, electronics and chandlery needs of boat users across the UK.
Www.nare.co.uk is a new UK website offering chandlery, marine electronics and yachting clothing.
Completed feedback forms from our audience will be entered into a prize draw to win an RYA training voucher and £200 worth of chandlery vouchers.
So what looks like an enormous anchor and monster rode sitting on a shelf in a chandlery looks like toy stuff when trying to hold a 12-ton boat off a lee shore in a 40-knot blow.
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