Definition of Tinsmith

1. Noun. Someone who makes or repairs tinware.

Exact synonyms: Tinner
Generic synonyms: Smith



Definition of Tinsmith

1. n. One who works in tin; a tinner.

Definition of Tinsmith

1. Noun. a person who makes or repairs things with tin or similar alloys ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tinsmith

1. one who works with tin [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinsmith

tinpot dictators
tinpots
tins
tinsel
tinseled
tinseling
tinselled
tinselling
tinselly
tinselry
tinsels
tinsey
tinseys
tinsful
tinsleyite
tinsmith (current term)
tinsmithies
tinsmithing
tinsmithings
tinsmiths
tinsmithy
tinsnips
tinstone
tinstones
tint
tinta
tintable
tintack
tintacks
tintamar

Literary usage of Tinsmith

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1. Standard Short Course for Evening Schools by William Estabrook Chancellor (1911)
"THE tinsmith The tinsmith is working at his bench. He is making tinware. ... The tinsmith joins the pieces of tin together with solder. ..."

2. Reading and Language Lessons for Evening Schools by William Estabrook Chancellor (1904)
"THE tinsmith The tinsmith is working at his bench. He is making tinware. ... The tinsmith joins the pieces of tin together with solder. ..."

3. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson, Rev Thomas (reviser) Thomson (1870)
"... a widower, originally a tinsmith in Edinburgh, but whose studies were devoted to engineering, and chiefly to the construction and improvement of ..."

4. Kindergarten Stories and Morning Talks by Sara Eliza Wiltse (1890)
"THE tinsmith AND PRINTER. When John and Mary went to their grandfather's on ... Uncle John was a tinsmith, and the children went to his shop one day with ..."

5. A Guide to the Study of Occupations: A Selected Critical Bibliography of the by Frederick James Allen (1921)
"tinsmith APPRENTICESHIP AND SKILLED EMPLOYMENT ASSOCIATION. Trades for London Boys, 68, tinsmithing. GORDON. A Handbook of Employments, 371-375. MORAN. ..."

6. A guide to the study of occupations: a selected critical bibliography of the by Frederick James Allen (1921)
"tinsmith APPRENTICESHIP AND SKILLED EMPLOYMENT ASSOCIATION. Trades for London Boys, 68, tinsmithing. GORDON. A Handbook of Employments, 371-375. MORAN. ..."

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