carpentering

[ kahr-puh n-ter-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF carpentering
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARPENTERING

Certainly not; that would only give a city the reputation of skill in carpentering.

When your carpentering is completed, the whole case must be stained to your taste.

I never worked in de mines but I did all sorts of carpentering for them.

Besides, I'm going to do a bit of carpentering work for Miss Remington.

Had she got him on carpentering, engineering—discovered his weak point?

"I can do that—when I am able to go at carpentering again," put in Mr. Thompson.

I taught blacksmithing, carpentering, and mechanical drawing.

Mick Murphy (he's Mr. May's man) did most of the carpentering, but we boys helped.

"Edna is very much taken up with her carpentering," he went on.

If you were a little older, I could give you something better to do than carpentering.