Definition of Joinery

1. Noun. Fine woodwork done by a joiner.

Generic synonyms: Woodwork



2. Noun. The craft of a joiner.
Exact synonyms: Cabinetmaking
Generic synonyms: Carpentry, Woodwork, Woodworking

Definition of Joinery

1. n. The art, or trade, of a joiner; the work of a joiner.

Definition of Joinery

1. Noun. A factory producing wooden products such as tables, doors, and cabinets. ¹

2. Noun. The work of the joiner. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Joinery

1. the trade of a joiner [n -ERIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Joinery

join points
join the choir invisible
join the club
join up
joinability
joinable
joinant
joinder
joinders
joined
joined at the hip
joined up
joiner
joineries
joiners
joinery (current term)
joinest
joineth
joinin'
joining
joining in
joining segment
joining up
joinings
joins
joins up
joint
joint-fir
joint-stock bank
joint-stock companies

Literary usage of Joinery

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1. The Story of a House by Eugène-Emmanuel Viollet-le-Duc (1874)
"joinery. Y detail of the joinery," said the cousin, " should be given before beginning the construction of a house; for the first condition of joinery work ..."

2. Building Construction and Drawing by Charles Frederick Mitchell, George Arthur Mitchell (1902)
"joinery. Definition,—joinery is the art of preparing and framing pieces of ... Design of joinery.—joinery is not required to resist great stresses as in the ..."

3. Essentials of Woodworking: A Textbook for Schools by Ira Samuel Griffith (1908)
"joinery.—This term in its broader meaning refers to the art of framing the ... joinery as used herein refers merely to the putting together of two or more ..."

4. Bench Work in Wood: A Course of Study and Practice Designed for the Use of by William Freeman Myrick Goss (1905)
"joinery. 211. The work of the joiner, unlike that of the carpenter, is usually where it must bear the test of close examination. ..."

5. Woodwork for Secondary Schools: A Text-book for High Schools and Colleges by Ira Samuel Griffith (1916)
"joinery. 139. joinery.—This term in its broader meaning refers to the art of ... joinery as used herein refers merely to the putting together of two or more ..."

6. The Operative Mechanic, and British Machinist: Being a Practical Display of by John Nicholson (1825)
"Carpentry comprehends the large and rough description of work, or that which is requisite in the construction and stability of an edifice; and joinery, ..."

7. The Operative Mechanic, and British Machinist: Being a Practical Display of by John Nicholson (1825)
"The art of employing timber in building may be under two distinct branches, Carpentry and joinery. Carpentry comprehends the large and rough descri of work, ..."

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