cabinetmaker

[ kab-uh-nit-mey-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF cabinetmaker
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Fuchs, who was the only cabinetmaker in the neighbourhood was set to work on a coffin.

One will further the cabinetmaker in reaching his end while another will hamper him.

At sixteen he was apprenticed to a distant relative, a cabinetmaker.

He worked as a mechanic and cabinetmaker, but acquired an interest in the theater.

But such work is rather that of the lapidary than of the cabinetmaker.

And in this way the cabinetmaker, to whom Malaga owed a hundred crowns, was paid.

Then some cabinetmaker fixed it up yet with colored putty and shellac.

Boche had heard of a cabinetmaker who had danced the polka until he died.

The parts were made with simple carpenter tools and a wooden foot lathe, using the methods of the cabinetmaker.

I brought a log of it home and sent it to a cabinetmaker, who found that it would take an excellent polish.

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