from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who makes the seat part of a wooden chair (ie. where the sitter's bottom will go).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In mining, the person who loads the cages at the pit-bottom and gives the signal to bank.
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I've decided I'm neither a naturally gifted nor organised bottomer of a house.
And an even bottomer line ... although I don't make a big deal about it ... out of the 400 or so homes in our subdivision ...
"Chap it awa ', man!" he yelled at the bottomer, his voice rising to a scream.
"Chap it, an 'let us up to hell oot o' this," and the bottomer, no less frightened than he, tore at the bell, and jumping in himself just as the cage began slowly to ascend, clung to the bar, shivering with terror.
The bottomer of boots sat on a low bench and did most of his work on his lap and knee.
(U cant get any bottomer* than this) maddzzu (BUCK FOSTON!! lLakers have the best record in the league!)
Walker, standing at the foot of the shaft waiting for the answering signal from above, heard the noise and the rush of Mag's body as it bumped from side to side in its mad descent, and starting back, he was just in time to get clear as the mangled mass of rags and blood and pulpy flesh fell with a loud splashy thud at the bottom, the blood spattering and "jauping" him and the bottomer, and blinding their eyes as it flew all over them.