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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My youngest student, an 18-year-old housepainter who had spent his adolescence in transit from Guatemala, worried that a President Trump would deport him and his four brothers, despite their legal status.
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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.
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