sailmaker


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sailmaker

(ˈseɪlˌmeɪkə)
n
a person who makes sails
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sailmaker - a maker of sailssailmaker - a maker of sails      
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
Translations

sailmaker

[ˈseɪlˌmeɪkəʳ] Nvelero m

sailmaker

[ˈseɪlˌmeɪkəʳ] nvelaio
sailmaker's (shop) → veleria
References in classic literature ?
I knew once a Scotch sailmaker who was certain, dead sure, there were people in Mars.
In college, I worked for a sailmaker in Santa Barbara.
A sailmaker may present a quote for a boom at the time of replacement mainsail as an up-sell," says Rick Hackett, Leisurefurl dealer and Managing Director of KZ Marine Group.
Commended - Miller Homes Best Partnership in Affordable Housing Delivery, sponsored by Forster Roofing Winner - Rettie &Co, Cruden Group, Hillcrest Housing Association, City of Edinburgh Council, Scottish Futures Trust for Sailmaker Apartments, Leith.
This meant a late call-up for ADOR reserve sailor Alex Higby, with the Englishman up until now working as sailmaker for the shore crew.
October 13, 1916 Stories from the ECHO during the war years A CURIOUS case was heard at the Liverpool County Court today when a sailmaker named John Lamb claimed from the Dock Board a continuance of the weekly payments in respect of partial disablement, or an award.
The 2,000 square foot Bellingham loft will be managed by returning local sailmaker Dave O'Connor, who started his career in Bellingham with John Staaf of Staaf Sails in the 1980's.
The restored yacht Bernida, winner of the inaugural Bayview-Mackinac race in 1925 and the Shore Course (Division II) in last summer's race, was recently donated by its owner/skipper, Detroit-area sailmaker Al Declercq, to South Haven's Michigan Maritime Museum.
In addition to a forty-foot by forty-foot tent situated near the western end of the park, a dozen or so small shelters dotted the landscape, each housing a practitioner of a historically accurate trade, including a cooper, coppersmith, swordmaster, sailmaker, cobbler, lumberjack, leather worker, woodturner, potter, games master, and two blacksmiths.
Doyle sailmaker, large & small manufacturer outfitter to serving the individual needs of the marine outdoor enthusiast at retail & on-line of sails, spars, rigging,hardware, clothing, canvas and cushions.
Sometime in 1668, Jan Struys, a Dutch sailmaker, accepted an offer from the Muscovite government to help man its fledgling Caspian fleet.