[ UK /mˈɪlɹa‍ɪt/ ]
  1. a workman who designs or erects mills and milling machinery
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How To Use millwright In A Sentence

  • The millwrights and other inventors who were making these technical developments were not operating in a vacuum.
  • Another small extension contains a small forge and workshop, where the millwright carried out repairs.
  • He took great pride that his son Richard who is a millwright decided to build the first new mill in the county for a century.
  • These were advertised as ‘made especially for garage mechanics, millwrights and others who require a screwdriver that will stand up under severe usage.’
  • (the term millwright means very little nowadays), and obtained from him Scientific American Supplement, No. 303, October 22, 1881
  • He was a carpenter, millwright, agent, and building custodian.
  • No one, Republican or Democrat, should hide who is visiting the White House. millwright White House to release visitor logs
  • The group has just heard it has been successful in its bid for nearly £22,000 from the Local Heritage Initiative to fund a millwright's survey, promotional literature, a computer and archive.
  • Isn't WAXMAN the moron who wants "Sex Gender Changes" to be covered procedures by law. millwright House Democrats agree on health-care position, chairman says
  • Of these men we have examples in Brindley, who was at first a labourer and afterwards a millwright; Telford was a stone-mason; Rennie a farmer's son apprenticed to a millwright; and George Stephenson was a brakesman at a colliery. Lectures on Popular and Scientific Subjects
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