[ UK /lˈɒksmɪθ/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɑksˌmɪθ/ ]
  1. someone who makes or repairs locks
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How To Use locksmith In A Sentence

  • Lock picking is an essential skill for locksmiths because it lets them get past a lock without destroying it.
  • These ranged from gunsmiths to locksmiths, farriers, nailmakers, hoop makers, and shipsmiths.
  • He lived in Howe Crescent, South Melbourne, Australia and was a locksmith and gunmaker who emigrated with his family from Boston, Lincolnshire in 1853.
  • Or the day after Lou left for good and Bev hired a locksmith to change the locks.
  • His life changed when his father passed away and left a him a small locksmith's workshop.
  • Our two priorities were a key man or expert locksmith and a "wireman" or electronics expert, and I wanted to get people into the campaign headquarters of Democratic candidates as soon as possible. Will
  • A modern version of this, advertised on the internet, is a motorised German device that turns the dial, trying every combination in turn, for use by locksmiths trying to get into a safe whose combination has been lost.
  • I wait for the fax and the locksmith (from here on known as dickhead) is standing there. Dulligirl Diary Entry
  • Bricklayers, locksmiths, carpenters and other skilled workers had their workshops there.
  • Most importantly the hotel gains a security system whose cards can not be copied at the local locksmith.
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