from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who fashions something; the maker or designer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who fashions, forms, ar gives shape to anything.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who fashions, forms, or gives shape to anything.
- n. A modiste.
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In the same way, Jesus-Wisdom in Hebrews is established as God's agent in creation "through whom" and then later described as the fashioner of creation.
And then a top American fashioner designer — I don't want to say which one — and an editor in chief of a top fashion magazine happened to walk in and he said, 'Oh my God, are those carnations?' and the editor in chief said, 'Yes, and I think it's the chicest thing I've ever seen.'
And if understanding is effective, who more than she is fashioner of what exists?
Also, Valde, notice that Wisdom of Solomon says of Wisdom, after setting her up as God's agent, that she is the cause of all things and the fashioner of what exists.
You are probably referring to the staments like Wisdom is "the fashioner of all things".
Wisdom of Solomom says: "the fashioner of all things".
His admirers at Stockholm told him that he had taken a foremost place in re-creating their sense of life, that he was a fashioner and a builder of new social forms, that he was, indeed, to thousands of them, the Master-Builder.
Morton; “by mine honour, I thought this grandson of a fashioner of doublets was descended from a crowned head at least!”
Better have made one a good master fashioner, like old Overstitch, of
Hinduism has become contaminated by lesser beliefs; the deep and profound significance of the Idol in each temple has been sullied by this desire to make the faith acceptable to those who have never had the experience of the DIVINE MAYA of the Vedic Age, she who is the fashioner of, precisely, Form.
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