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mason

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Building
masonma‧son /ˈmeɪsən/ noun [countable]  BOTBa stonemason
Examples from the Corpus
masonMy partners are all masons, which brings them immediate contacts.In 1520 Redman also became chief mason at Windsor Castle.From 1708 he was the City mason, and in 1720 was appointed master mason to Westminster Abbey.Men may work periodically as day laborers on others' fields, as carpenters, or masons.The other masons then filled in the intervening bricks along a string stretched be tween the corner bricks.I believe the actual final quotation to the mason was only about $ 2 a piece.The masons, waterproofers, and ironworkers usually work off the same scaffolding.
MasonMason noun [countable]  a Freemason
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