American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that designs, builds, or repairs mills or mill machinery.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An engineer who designs, constructs, and erects mills, their motors, machinery, and appurtenances, particularly flouring-and grist-mills.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A mechanic whose occupation is to build mills, or to set up their machinery.
- n. a workman who designs or erects mills and milling machinery
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“If we do not accept this contract, we will look bad to everyone, said UAW member William Coltrane , a Ford millwright.”
“He was a millwright for the Simpson Lumber Company in McCleary, and always on call if any of the machines there broke down.”
“You start at a low wage and you have to buy your own tools and then you get to where you are a millwright 5 years later but alot of people want the money now and can't wait so they take the piece work jobs and instead of going to school and getting a trade.”
“So that essentially means a millwright or any other trade, in order to finish a job, could do the work of an electrician, or tinner or hvac?”
“Carlino is working hard, as a common workman, with a millwright at Midhurst, that he may, in due time, be an accomplished engineer.”
“But part of it is his concern that a lifelong Detroit resident, die-hard American luxury car owner, and daughter of a Chevrolet millwright would abandon the Big Three and buy Japanese.”
“A millwright wrote me up and got paid for 4 hours labor as a result of it.”
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