Definition of Sailmakers

1. Noun. (plural of sailmaker) ¹



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Definition of Sailmakers

1. sailmaker [n] - See also: sailmaker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sailmakers

sailfishes
sailing
sailing-race
sailing boat
sailing dinghy
sailing master
sailing on another board
sailing ship
sailing ships
sailing under false colors
sailing vessel
sailing vessels
sailings
sailless
sailmaker
sailmakers (current term)
sailmaking
sailor
sailor's-choice
sailor's breastplate
sailor's hitch
sailor's hitches
sailor's skin
sailor boy
sailor cap
sailor dive
sailor suit
sailor suits
sailorlike
sailorly

Literary usage of Sailmakers

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1. Labor and Industrial Chronology by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor (1900)
"RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION. In April, West Springfield. RUBBER AND ELASTIC GOODS. In March, Brockton. December, Boston. sailmakers. In November, Gloucester. ..."

2. The Granite Monthly (1882)
"The sailmakers in the loft, the caulkers about the magazine. ... sailmakers at work in the loft. The middle and latter part of the day hard gales and full ..."

3. Compiled Statutes of the United States, 1913: Embracing the Statutes of the by United States, John Allan Mallory (1914)
"Boatswains, gunners, carpenters, and sailmakers shall after [ten] years from date of warrant be commissioned chief boatswains, chief gunners, ..."

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