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wassail “candle—A,” 2 HENRY IV., i. 2. 149. “A wassail candle is a large candle lighted up at a feast. There is a poor quibble upon the word wax, which signifies increase as well as the matter of the honeycomb” (JOHNSON) . See the preceding article.

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