Definition of Shipbuilder

1. Noun. A carpenter who helps build and launch wooden vessels.

Exact synonyms: Ship Builder, Shipwright
Generic synonyms: Wright



2. Noun. A person who builds ships as a business.
Exact synonyms: Ship Builder
Generic synonyms: Builder, Constructor

3. Noun. A business that builds and repairs ships.

Definition of Shipbuilder

1. n. A person whose occupation is to construct ships and other vessels; a naval architect; a shipwright.

Definition of Shipbuilder

1. Noun. A person who builds vessels like ships and boats. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Shipbuilder

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shipbuilder

ship of war
ship out
ship rat
ship rats
ship route
shipboard
shipboard duty
shipboard soldier
shipboard system
shipboards
shipborne
shipbound
shipbroker
shipbrokers
shipbroking
shipbuilder (current term)
shipbuilders
shipbuilding
shipbuilding industry
shipbuildings
shipfitter
shipfitters
shipful
shipfuls
shipfyrd
shiphandler
shiphandlers
shipholder
shipholders
shiplap

Literary usage of Shipbuilder

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1. United States-Norway Arbitration Under the Special Agreement of June 30 by United States, William Cullen Dennis, Permanent Court of Arbitration (1922)
"Whereas, on and prior to August 3,1917, the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company (hereinafter called the "shipbuilder"), had two (21 contracts with Christoffer ..."

2. Annual Report of the United States Shipping Board by United States Shipping Board (1919)
"(6) shipbuilder organizes subsidiary realty company which acquires title to land ... (a) shipbuilder is required to contribute cost of land to be developed. ..."

3. Ship Subsidies: An Economic Study of the Policy of Subsidizing Merchant Marines by Walter Thomas Dunmore (1907)
"Liberal to shipbuilder a. Gives him monopoly in coastwise trade. The shipbuilder would be given all the aid to which he can reasonably lay claim. ..."

4. Transactions of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects by Royal Institution of Naval Architects (1867)
"Robert Napier and Sons, Glasgow; William Wray, shipbuilder, Burton Stather, Lincolnshire; John Scott, youngest, shipbuilder, Greenock. ..."

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