Definition of Joineries
1. joinery [n] - See also: joinery
Lexicographical Neighbors of Joineries
Literary usage of Joineries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. General View of Commerce and Industry in the Empire of Japan by Japan Nōshōmushō. Shōkōkyoku (1900)
"Joineries are abundantly exported of late, the /imo/ct planks being mostly used in the work. All kinds of designs are artistically carves. ..."
2. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1909)
"... fitting shops without power, joineries of the same small kind, glue boilers, glass works, tobacco works, porcelain, stoneware and glazed ware, etc., ..."
3. Her Majesty's Colonies: A Series of Original Papers Issued Under the by Arthur James Richens Trendell (1886)
"The home industries are not important: a few tanneries, some smelting works, and steam joineries, being the most noteworthy. The tariffs being much the same ..."
4. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"In the town and its vicinity are numerous steam saw-mills, besides wood-pulp factories, steelworks, brickworks, engineering shops, breweries and joineries, ..."
5. New South Wales: Its Progress Nad Resources by Philadelphia (Lydia), New South Wales, 1876 Centennial exhibition (1894)
"There are numerous joineries for the supply of woodwork of houses and furniture. All the cabs, carriages, carts, drays, omnibuses, and other vehicles ..."
6. The "Lloyd" Guide to Australasia by Norddeutscher Lloyd, A. G. Plate (1906)
"... with 3054 hands, and to these must be added 33 town sawmills and joineries with 629 hands. The timber sawn by the former during the year named amounted ..."