decorator

[ UK /dˈɛkɔːɹˌe‍ɪtɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɛkɝˌeɪtɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a person who specializes in interior decoration
  2. someone who decorates
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How To Use decorator In A Sentence

  • I put the "eye candy" on top of that and then used a store-bought gel decorator frosting to do the "bloodshot" effect. Archive 2008-11-01
  • Painter and decorator Geoffrey Jenks was so shocked when he failed a roadside breath test, he felt his Cokes must have been spiked, Kennet magistrates in Devizes heard on Tuesday.
  • Painter cleared of bar assault charge A SELF-employed painter and decorator was yesterday cleared of assaulting the manager of a Harrogate bar.
  • Police are now on the verge of allowing painters, plumbers, decorators and joiners into the house to begin clearing up and repairing fittings damaged during the extensive examination of the house.
  • The imitations were produced by the painter and decorator on the canvas he used daily as a decorator, Lincrusta - perhaps better known as modern-day blown vinyl.
  • I suggest you also size the walls before doing this, and as your decorator is a traditionalist I am sure he will agree.
  • Painter cleared of bar assault charge A SELF-employed painter and decorator was yesterday cleared of assaulting the manager of a Harrogate bar.
  • Indeed, one new report says that we will have to import painters and decorators from abroad by 2020 if trends continue.
  • I shook my head and told him that I was not a decorator and would not engage one.
  • However, I'm reminded of an episode of Ace of Cakes where Duff's crew did a very detailed ear as a gift from a patient to his surgeon after a procedure that gave the patient his hearing back. *g* Though to be honest the decorator was a bit creeped out, IIRC... This'll Cure that Freaky Fetish
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