maker[ mey-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF maker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAKER
The day which his Maker intended as a blessing, man has converted into a curse.
In all my risks and emergencies, I am not sensible of having given a thought to my Maker.
Wland (gen. Wlandes, 455), the maker of Bewulf's coat of mail, 455.
It is leagued with the powers of darkness, in wresting man from his Maker.
She picked up a packet of the chocolate and looked at the name of the maker.
Tell monsieur what kind of shoe it is, and the maker's name.
The dramatic impulse, as well as all other impulses of our nature, are from the Maker.
For years it lived in the brain of one man only—and he a maker of it himself.
I now began to be known in the neighbourhood as a maker of rhymes.
No maker's name, but the date 1638 is stamped upon the pommel.