Cabinetmaker (noun)

  1. A person who makes or repairs wooden furniture, especially cabinets, tables, and chairs.
  2. A person who designs and creates custom wooden furniture and cabinetry.

Origin:

From the french word cabinetier, meaning a maker of small cabinets or pieces of furniture.

Examples:

  1. The cabinetmaker was known for his fine craftsmanship and attention to detail.
  2. The cabinetmaker had a small workshop where he created his pieces, using traditional methods and tools.
  3. The cabinetmaker was commissioned to create a custom dining room table for a wealthy client.
  4. The cabinetmaker worked with various types of wood, including oak, cherry, and mahogany, to create beautiful and functional pieces.
  5. The cabinetmaker took pride in his work and strived to create pieces that would last for generations.
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