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blacksmithblack‧smith /ˈblækˌsmɪθ/ noun [countable]  BODSHsomeone who makes and repairs things made of iron, especially horseshoes syn smith
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blacksmithShe returned to Bay City to be greeted by her long lost brother, Montgomery Edson, a blacksmith.Suppose a blacksmith does develop big muscles.The carpenter and blacksmith hurriedly fashion a new one, and Ahab has a new harpoon fashioned from the finest iron.Also patron of armorers, blacksmiths, locksmiths, musicians, and silversmiths.Among nine taken into custody were a weaver, sawyer, carpenter, brewer, blacksmith and several servants.The missions were not merely churches but entire working communities, with farms, blacksmiths, flour mills and residences.The blacksmith was a lady by the name of Rachael Levitt.
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