cabinetwork


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cab·i·net·work

 (kăb′ə-nĭt-wûrk′)
n.
Finished woodwork fashioned by a cabinetmaker.

cabinetwork

(ˈkæbɪnɪtˌwɜːk)
n
1. (Furniture) the making of furniture, esp of fine quality
2. (Furniture) an article made by a cabinet-maker

cab•i•net•work

(ˈkæb ə nɪtˌwɜrk)

n.
fine furniture or other woodwork.
[1725–35, Amer.]
cab′i•net•work`er, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cabinetwork - woodwork finished by hand by a cabinetmaker
woodwork - work made of wood; especially moldings or stairways or furniture
2.cabinetwork - the craft of making furniture (especially furniture of high quality)
carpentry, woodworking, woodwork - the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood
article of furniture, furniture, piece of furniture - furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
seat - put a seat on a chair
reseat - provide with a new seat; "reseat the old broken chair"
bottom - provide with a bottom or a seat; "bottom the chairs"
upholster - provide furniture with padding, springs, webbing, and covers
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Company has been manufacturing commercial and institutional architectural and cabinetwork.
Primary uses for black walnut include cabinetwork, gunstocks, lumber and veneer, furniture moldings, paneling, and novelties (Rink 1985, Kline 2001).
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Lophanthera lactescens is commonly adopted in the heavy construction industry such as: beams, ceilings, rafters and is used for cabinetwork and carpentry (Correa, 1926; Lorenzi, 1992).
After Cecile returns home from a visit to a family whose standards of housekeeping she finds repellently slovenly, she gazes with pleasure on her kitchen tools, including the dish-cloths, which now hold greater significance: "These coppers, big and little, these brooms and clouts and brushes, were tools; and with them one made, not shoes of cabinetwork, but life itself" (227).
And while highly refined cabinetwork emerged from cosmopolitan New Orleans, another tradition was developing to the west on the Acadian prairies.
Nothing is more handsome and tasteful than black walnut cabinetwork that has been properly filled, stained and finished.
Little specializes in building custom furniture and cabinetwork, including tables, chairs, bookcases, entertainment centers, fireplace mantles and bars.
The simple wooden slats and more complex hinged elements at the edges have a cabinetwork feeling a bit at odds with the paintings' sepulchral atmosphere, but they are consistent with Johns's earlier interests and might also allude to the conventions of Northern altarpiece painting, embodying a conception of picture-object relations not typical of our moment.
Very sought-after for furniture, cabinetwork, and veneers and a substitute for ebony in woodwind instruments.