Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The oven-bird Acredula rosea.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Well, he had a head, this George,” said the oven-builder, moving his brows.

    Resurrection

  • “We should divide it up equally, so much for every man,” said the oven-builder, quickly raising and lowering his brows.

    Resurrection

  • “Forbid to sell the land; let only him who ploughs it have it,” angrily interrupted the oven-builder.

    Resurrection

  • "We should divide it up equally, so much for every man," said the oven-builder, quickly raising and lowering his brows.

    Voskresenie. English

  • "Well, he had a head, this George," said the oven-builder, moving his brows.

    Voskresenie. English

  • "Forbid to sell the land; let only him who ploughs it have it," angrily interrupted the oven-builder.

    Voskresenie. English

  • A little, almost beardless old fellow, blind in one eye, who sat by the side of the patriarch, and had a patched nankeen coat and old boots on, and, as Nekhludoff found out later, was an oven-builder, understood much better.

    Voskresenie. English

  • What makes this conference unusual, says one of the founders, is its emphasis on including the farmer, miller, oven-builder, and baker.

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