• (noun): A woodworker who makes or repairs wooden objects.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on carpenters, carpenter:

Lovelines - EPs
... Four selections from Carpenters The 12 Compact Disc Collection UK CD promo (1989) SAMP1989 "You're the One" "(They Long to Be) Close to You" "Goodbye to Love" "Merry Christmas ...
Carpenters - Types and Occupations
... A finish carpenter (North America) also called a joiner (traditional name now obsolete in North America) is one who does finish carpentry that is, cabinetry, furniture making, fine ... A trim carpenter specializes in molding and trim, such as door and window casings, mantels, baseboard, and other types of ornamental work ... Cabinet installers may also be referred to as trim carpenters ...
Carpenter, Colorado
... Carpenter is a ghost town in Mesa County, Colorado, United States, twelve miles northeast of Grand Junction at the end of an extension to 27¼ Road ... The settlement was established by William Thomas Carpenter early in 1890 to provide the miners who worked in his two Book Cliff mines with a place to live ... obliged and the community was officially dubbed Carpenter ...
Carpenters - Training - Master Carpenter
... After working as a journeyman for a period, a carpenter may go to study or test as a master carpenter ... can be a loosely used term to describe a skilled carpenter ... Canadian carpenters also have the option of acquiring an additional Interprovincial Red Seal that allows them to practice anywhere in Canada ...

More definitions of "carpenter":

  • (verb): Work as a carpenter.

Famous quotes containing the word carpenter:

    “But there’s always been rich and poor, and that’s all there is to it. And us two won’t change it, either.”
    The carpenter calmly puffs away: “Only the ones that likes it ought to be poor. Let the others have a try at it first. I ain’t got no liking for it. A fellow gets tired of it after a while.”
    Alfred Döblin (1878–1957)

    He came home.
    —John Carpenter (b. 1948)

    This carpenter hadde wedded newe a wif
    Which that he loved more than his lif.
    Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?–1400)