manufacturer

[ man-yuh-fak-cher-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF manufacturer
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANUFACTURER

The other day, for instance, I walked with her as far as a manufacturer's.

The business man was merchant, manufacturer, and storekeeper.

He told Wilbert that his father was a manufacturer, and that his mother was dead.

But the manufacturer was thinking of other things than chloroform.

She believed he was in business; yes, a manufacturer of bone buttons.

One was from a manufacturer of cold cream, soliciting a testimonial.

If I were a manufacturer, I'd not make anything that wasn't the best I could make.

Suppose this case: A manufacturer of jewelry reasons as you do.

"This is our latest novelty," said the manufacturer, proudly.

The patentee should endeavor to get the manufacturer to guarantee thatp.

WORD ORIGIN

1719, "worker in a manufacturing establishment," agent noun from manufacture (v.). Meaning "one who employs workers in manufacturing" is from 1752.

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