- n. A maker of ropes.
- n. a craftsman who makes ropes
- rope + maker (Wiktionary)
“John Rice, one of the originals, had the build for it, but he was the ropemaker and therefore unavailable.”
“It grips it between its claws like a wrestler clutching his opponent, and with head and feet together rolls up its paste like a ropemaker twisting a hawser.”
“Shakespear, son of John of Shadwell, ropemaker, was apprenticed to John”
“Victor, the carpenter, ropemaker, and general roustabout had performed his part.”
“Henry Martyn had written that the only Christian in the city who understood his evangelical sermon was a ropemaker just arrived from”
“Two were sailors from ships lying in the harbour, and they, together with the remaining victim, a ropemaker, had been actively engaged in the affray.”
“The wind can never have overturned this heavy mass of limestone," said a ropemaker: "And see how far it stands from the broken ground.”
“She, too, had seen the ropemaker, glancing at him twice ere sure she saw aright, and then, as if a corpse buried years ago had arisen to her view, the blood curdled about her heart which after one mighty throe lay heavy and still as lead.”
“George Wentworth, Ben Scarlett and an old ropemaker, incur the enmity of”
“Wentworth, Ben Scarlett and an old ropemaker, incur the enmity of a young”
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