Cabinetmakers [noun]

Definition of Cabinetmakers:

person who works with wood

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Sentence/Example of Cabinetmakers:

He's a cabinetmaker, Miss Bassett,—a producer of antiques, and a good one; and about the gentlest human being you ever saw.

The cabinetmaker must not make a great many tables, and few chairs; he must make some tables and more chairs.

The large front room on the ground floor, which we call the library, is now in the hands of the cabinetmaker.

William Walker was a Stafford County cabinetmaker and builder, about whom we shall hear much more.

Walker was a talented man who had started out as a cabinetmaker, a craft in which his brother Robert still continued.

Fuchs had been apprenticed to a cabinetmaker in the old country and was very handy with tools.

A few days after we had the pleasure of paying a fraudulent cabinetmaker more for repairing it than it cost in the first instance.

When seventeen years old he went to Glasgow, where for a short time he assisted his brother-in-law, Mr Buchanan, a cabinetmaker.

My drawing-rooms strongly resemble the warehouse of an ideal cabinetmaker.

A cabinetmaker could fix that up with a piece of putty and some shellac so as you wouldn't know it from new.