Definition of Glassworker

1. Noun. Someone who cuts flat glass to size.

Exact synonyms: Glass Cutter, Glass-cutter, Glazer, Glazier
Generic synonyms: Artificer, Artisan, Craftsman, Journeyman
Derivative terms: Glaze

Definition of Glassworker

1. Noun. One who makes glasswork. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Glassworker

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glassworker

glasynge
glatt

Literary usage of Glassworker

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1. A Novel Proposition: Revolutionizing the Distribution of Wealth, Farm by David Lubin (1893)
"... of THE COMMONER AND glassworker (Pittsburg, Pa.,) in a communication dated October 2d, says : " I have always the greatest respect for the man who makes ..."

2. Ornament & Its Application: A Book for Students, Treating in a Practical Way by Lewis Foreman Day (1904)
"... riddled with oval piercings, and into it the glassworker blew his expanding ... and results in. very interesting work due entirely to the glassworker. ..."

3. Ornament & Its Application: A Book for Students Treating in a Practical Way by Lewis Foreman Day (1904)
"... and into it the glassworker blew his expanding bubble, with the result that the glass, slightly pushed out by the breath of the blower through the ..."

4. Wage-earners' Budgets: A Study of Standards and Cost of Living in New York City by Louise Bolard More (1907)
"9 glassworker INCOME $1040. One of the most interesting families ... Mr. K. is a glassworker. He has been with the same firm for eighteen years and "has ..."

5. Routledge's Every Boy's Annual by Edmund Routledge (1870)
"The most delicate part of the manufacture, however, is the adjustment of the focus of each lens, an operation belonging not to the art of the glassworker, ..."

6. Foundry, Forge and Factory: With a Chapter on the Centenary of the Rotary Press by William John Gordon (1890)
"The setting of the pots in the furnace is the most dangerous task that falls to the glassworker. In the centre of the stone-floored house is the circular ..."

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