Definition of Toolmaker

1. Noun. Someone skilled in making or repairing tools.

Generic synonyms: Maker, Shaper



Definition of Toolmaker

1. Noun. a skilled machinist who makes, and repairs tools ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Toolmaker

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toolmaker

toolers
toolhead
toolheads
toolholder
toolholders
toolhouse
toolhouses
toolies
tooling
toolings
toolishness
toolkit
toolkits
toolless
toolmaker (current term)
toolmakers
toolmaking
toolmakings
toolman
toolmen
toolpath
toolpusher
toolpushers
toolroom
toolrooms
tools
tools of choice
tools of ignorance
toolset

Literary usage of Toolmaker

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1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1903)
"WORK OF THE toolmaker. 11. In its broadest sense, the work of the toolmaker comprises the design and construction of machine tools, such as lathes, planers, ..."

2. Prehistoric Scotland and Its Place in European Civilization: Being a General by Robert Munro (1899)
"By means of his special monopoly as a toolmaker, he manufactured a variety of implements, weapons, and tools, by the use of which he established a supremacy ..."

3. Machinery's Reference Series (1909)
"... the Master Mechanic, the Designer, the Machinist and toolmaker will find the special information he wishes to secure, selected, carefully revised and ..."

4. Employee Training: A Study of Education and Training Departments in Various by John Van Liew Morris (1921)
"an apprentice of the Company for the purpose of acquiring the art or trade of a machinist and toolmaker; Whereas, the Apprentice, who is of the age of years ..."

5. Encyclopedia, Vermont Biography: A Series of Authentic Biographical Sketches by Prentiss Cutler Dodge (1912)
"Learned the machinist's trade at St. Johnsbury; later in the employ of Brown & Sharp, Providence, RI, where he learned the toolmaker's trade, and was made ..."

6. Machinery (1900)
"Please outline a course of study most likely to benefit a toolmaker. ... A toolmaker should try to lay a good foundation on which he can build with future ..."

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