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- n. A person skilled in the art of glassblowing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. someone skilled creating objects such as bottles, vases, or other decorative or practical items from molten glass, especially one whose occupation is to make objects by blowing and shaping hot glass in its viscous semiliquid state.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One whose business is to blow and fashion glass.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone skilled in blowing bottles from molten glass
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As Jehl finished removing the air from the bulb, the Old Man called his glassblower, Ludwig Boehm, to fully seal off its base.
The glassblower is a classic, like the sower who goes forth to sow, the potter at his wheel, and the grinding of grain with mortar and pestle.
Romer returned home to Copenhagen to marry, to be his country's chief astronomer and to help a German glassblower, Daniel Fahrenheit, invent a better thermometer.
Dead metal She stared at the glassblower at the other end of the shed.
Tally glanced at the glassblower on the other side of the shed, blissfully unaware of the violent, horrible thing that was about to happen.
Tally watched the glassblower with growing unhappiness.
In his hands, information was something live and molten, ready to freeze into a hard shape at any moment, something crystalline yet negotiable; he nudged and shaped it like glass in the hands of a glassblower.
The author incorporated the four Greek classical elements of the physical world when writing Mariannes legends: Sei lived as a glassblower (Air) and died by being buried alive (Earth).
EB: Your dad is Simon Pearce, a renowned glassblower and designer.
Like Rip van Winkle, the armonica slumbered for over a century, until 1984 when master glassblower Gerhard Finkenbeiner of Boston revived the art.