architect[ ahr-ki-tekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF architect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARCHITECT
I'll send young Rapson, the architect, along to make a design.
The thing I most desired just then was to become an architect.
He will not forget the builder while he admires the architect.
It will be seen that Mr. Clark has been the architect of his own fortune.
I told the architect while he was at it to put in the real solid stuff—and plenty of it!
Then, as there came a knock at the door, the architect went to open it.
Michael Angelo maintained, that, to an architect, a knowledge of anatomy is essential.
He has been very properly called the prophet and architect of the republic.
The investigator is not necessarily a historian, any more than a lumberman is an architect.
It does not owe its decorations to the hand of the architect.