from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act, art, or trade of working with wood.
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- n. The crafts of carpentry, cabinet making and related skills of making things from wood.
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- n. the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood
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I think woodworking is something I'd like to try (in theory), not so much lures, but maybe landing nets.
Mr. TOM BODETT (Humorist; Author, "It's Just like I Told You"): Amateur woodworking is the fastest growing hobby in America.
I stumbled onto a line of gardening tools from a company that usually specializes in woodworking tools.
Woodcarving and woodworking is characterized as extremely delicate work in the creation of popular religious art.
A solution was needed to keep bikes on the property, so Choraitis and other residents skilled in woodworking, environmental design, and carpentry stepped forward to help out their co-op in the New Cross Gate neighborhood of London (all residents are required to work for the co-op in some fashion, in addition to paying their rent.)
But the veteran sliders — teammates the last 10 years and best friends who share a Lake Placid home where they dabble in woodworking — left this Alpine venue empty-handed and emotionally distraught.
The neighborhood clinics at the heart of the Healthy San Francisco plan are at full capacity while funding is being slashed, and additional "woodworking" - residents coming out of the woodwork to seek services.
In eighth grade I took a class called woodworking.
But I was reminded when I read your post of a time when I learned to make dovetail joints in woodworking.
The home and woodworking/sign business is an excellent fit for anyone with an interest in woodworking.