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hedge-carpenter

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Ahedger.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Charley Jake the hedge-carpenter, Elijah New the parish-clerk, and

    Wessex Tales

  • ‘You may generally tell what a man is by his claws,’ observed the hedge-carpenter, looking at his own hands.

    Wessex Tales

  • 'Hallo! here comes our young hedge-carpenter,' exclaimed the foreman, as

    Chatterbox, 1905.

  • 'And he bolted as if he'd been shot at,' said the hedge-carpenter.

    Wessex Tales

  • The hedge-carpenter was suggesting a song to the company, which nobody just then was inclined to undertake, so that the knock afforded a not unwelcome diversion.

    Wessex Tales

  • "You may generally tell what a man is by his claws," observed the hedge-carpenter, looking at his hands.

    Stories by English Authors: England

  • "And he bolted as if he'd been shot at," said the hedge-carpenter.

    Stories by English Authors: England

  • ‘And he bolted as if he’d been shot at,’ said the hedge-carpenter.

    Wessex Tales

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