[ US /ˈkɑɹˌtɹaɪt/ ]
  1. a workman who makes and repairs carts and wagons
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How To Use cartwright In A Sentence

  • Everything is carefully worked out, engineered with the utmost care: ‘Like a cartwright [at work] I have conceived this hymn, ‘says Vishwamitra, the seer of Hymn 111.38.’
  • Kestrel left her to clean herself up, and joined the cartwright in the clear and rain-washed morning. The Robin And The Kestrel
  • Sir Alfred promised to keep your and Melissa's name out of it, but somehow Cartwright pried the information out of him. CORMORANT
  • Some of the men had gone soft and yellow and turned against them when Cartwright showed up, but that was no problem now.
  • The bird in the tree above them, who had been silent while the cartwright was prodding the wagon, burst into song, and she looked up and smiled at it. The Robin And The Kestrel
  • spaceplane" - Cartwright has also said that current conventionally armed bombers are "too slow and too intrusive" for many "global strike missions. WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
  • Ormonde hath been another Cartwright and hath met with an overthrow the like of which I pretell for his Jersey antitype. St George's Cross
  • Cartwright debriefed her the following morning, then released her on her own recognizance, pending further enquiries. CORMORANT
  • The cartwright (whose name Kestrel still did not know) nodded, respect in his eyes, presumably that Robin was so well-informed. The Robin And The Kestrel
  • "Megan's a pistol, a real spitfire," says Cartwright, who, besides Bart, voices five other male dudes on the decade-old "Simpsons".
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