Definitions

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  • noun One who takes part in the craft of basketweaving.

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  • noun someone skilled in weaving baskets

Etymologies

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basket +‎ weaver

Examples

  • And the the basketweaver types will be mad at me, and wonder why they asked me of all the idiots available to be on their search.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Either they know how abusive basketweaver employers can be; or they have no job experience on which to base a batshit attack.

    Resident trolls afraid to comment on Frankenbill???

  • At any rate, it's a specialized area, but any basketweaver knows a little about it, so when we can't cover the intro classes with our TT faculty, the chair calls an adjunct at the last minute and says, basically, hey, want an extra course?

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • It makes our Basketweaving department even stronger and more impressive, but the underwater basketweaver will have to carve out a new niche and have underwater facilities moved there for his/her work and teaching.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Horacio Arab, the son of a basketweaver who learned his father's trade, said he improved his skills at MozArte but then abandoned weaving because he could not make a living with the products that sustained his father.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Her 'papers that an English school would accept' would have been useless if they showed that she was a basketweaver with her own crafts store.

    Future as a Middle-Aged English Teacher?!

  • A trick I was taught by a French woman in Cd. Victoria, Tamps. was to get a work permit to open handicraft shop as a basketweaver and be self employed.

    Future as a Middle-Aged English Teacher?!

  • Chancellor, a fiddler; Gladys Kukana Grace, a Lauhala weaver; Mary Jackson, a sweetgrass basketweaver; Delano "Del" Floyd McCoury, a bluegrass guitarist and singer; Judith McCulloh, a folklorist and editor; Kamala Lakshmi, a Narayanan Bharatanatyam Indian dancer; Mike Rafferty, an Irish flute player; and Ezequiel Torres, an Afro-Cuban drummer and drum builder.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Department decides it is only interested in a marine mesolithic basketweaver at SL level.

    Wired Campus

  • Chancellor, Gladys Kukana Grace, a Lauhala weaver; Mary Jackson, a sweetgrass basketweaver;

    TheaterMania.com

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