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wheelwright

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwheelwrightwheel‧wright /ˈwiːlraɪt/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 TTBBOsomeone whose job was to make and repair the wooden wheels of vehicles pulled by horses in the past
Examples from the Corpus
wheelwrightIn Upper Halling a wheelwright had his workshop in the old Chapel as an early print shows.Less certain is the importance of carpenters, joiners, wheelwrights and coopers, even if all these occupations were distinct.He was a free black from New Rochelle, a skilled wheelwright who had only recently arrived in the city.Smiths, wheelwrights, butchers, tanners, graziers and husbandmen had direct links with the rural hinterland.Taking individual orders from his customers, the wheelwright built each cart for the particular conditions of a particular farm.I wandered from the wheelwright to the harness-maker and the basket-weaver before entering the café.
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