Definition of Housepainter

1. Noun. A professional painter of houses ¹



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Definition of Housepainter

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Housepainter

housemaided
housemaiding
housemaids
housemartin
housemartins
housemaster
housemasters
housemate
housemates
housemother
housemothers
housen
housepaint
housepainter (current term)
housepainters
housepainting
houseparent
houseparents
houseperson
housepersons
housepet
housepets
houseplant
houseplants
houser
houseroom
houserooms
housers

Literary usage of Housepainter

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1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1845)
"A man named J. Ozenne, a housepainter, was tried last week at Rouen, on a charge of having assassinated a widow ..."

2. Dictionary of Indian Biography by Charles Edward Buckland (1906)
"KETTLE, TILLY (1740-1786) Artist: born 1740: son of a housepainter: exhibited portraits at the Free Society of Artists, 1761. and the Society of Artists, ..."

3. The Man-made World: Or, Our Androcentric Culture by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1911)
"The Man with the Hoe becomes brother to the ox because of over-much hoeing; the housepainter is lead-poisoned because of his painting; books have been ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1873)
"It is here said that her father, Mr. Robert Wilmot, was a housepainter at Warwick, and that while living with her uncle, the Rev. Dr. Wilmot, shortly after ..."

5. The English Illustrated Magazine (1891)
"... life as a housepainter and was renowned for his kindness to those who struggled. His example may have consciously or unconsciously influenced Clint, ..."

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