housepainter


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house·paint·er

or house painter  (hous′pān′tər)
n.
One whose occupation is painting houses.

housepainter

(ˈhaʊsˌpeɪntə)
n
a person whose business or occupation is painting houses
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His love for the written word goes back to childhood, when his father, a housepainter, recited poetry while working.
Raised in a one-bedroom Bronx apartment, she was beloved by her housepainter father, Louis, and beleaguered by her strict mother, Bella.
Her husband is a housepainter who earns approximately $50 a month.
That's how she looked to Moca-Moca, the nickname by which everyone knows the stuttering housepainter, with burnished skin and albino eyes, rendered groggy by thirty-six years of inclement sun.
Kubo, a housepainter and single parent in his late forties, has just gotten off work and is still in his paint-splattered shorts, t-shirt, and sunglasses.
THE STORY: Charlie Crosby--grand-son of George Crosby, the protagonist of Tinkers--is a housepainter and landscaper living in the small New England town of Enon.
The cane-wielding commander in chief and several bystanders subdued the would-be killer, an unemployed housepainter named Richard Lawrence.
William Gay worked for thirty years as a carpenter, housepainter, and paperhanger before publishing The Long Home" Franklin writes.
I was proud of her, but also annoyed - mostly with myself for paying so much to the housepainter for those two coats of Pink Bliss.
In the 1970s, the members of Congress included a barber, a pipefitter, and a housepainter, and they organized into what was called the "blue collar caucus" (21).
A specific example from an unreliable source is that it includes Thomas Crafts, a decorative housepainter, vegetarian, member of the Sons of Liberty and a Mason, like many other Sons of Liberty.
They could choose from the following professions: farmer, carpenter, shoe-maker, tailor, housepainter, electrician, baker, smith and brick worker.