Clothier [noun]

Definition of Clothier:

person who sews clothing

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Sentence/Example of Clothier:

In touch with Guillaume, clothier of rue Saint-Denis, who foresaw their failure and awaited "with anxiety as at a game of cards."

On the bank of this enchanting stream Thomas Gainsborough, the son of a simple clothier, was born.

Immediately I went to Locker's, the smart students' clothier, and put on a ready-made suit of clothes, of blue serge.

At that age he was apprenticed to a fuller and clothier, to card wool, and to dye and dress the cloth.

When he was quite a young man he set up in business as a clothier and draper in Holborn.

Little comfort was there with Shibli Bagarag, as he looked on the city of Shagpat the clothier!

And in this kingdom is no one that beareth such a crop as I, saving one, a clothier, an accursed one!

Dear Doctor: The bearer is a fat Wiltshire clothier; make the most of him.

You would never make a clothier, and I don't think you would ever become Mayor of Southampton.

Mr. A. walks on, and perhaps a neighbouring clothier draws his attention to a piece, or “end,” of cloth.