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  • n. A person who makes candles; a chandler.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who candles (eggs). See egg-candler.


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  • June looked over Morrow's shoulder, down at the fallen candler.

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  • The candler carried it close to his heart, in a pocket attachment magnetized to his suit.

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  • The candler had maintained that Morrow was in a unique situation, that even though he was grown into a man, he was still sorting some childhood things out.

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  • The candler also weeds out double yolk eggs (sold separately as such), cracks invisible to the naked eye, and any other defects which would make the egg less than USDA quality.

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  • By trade, Izzy was an egg candler, inspecting eggs by the light of a candle to make sure none were bloodshot.

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