[ UK /ɹˈuːfɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈɹufɝ/ ]
  1. a craftsman who lays or repairs roofs
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How To Use roofer In A Sentence

  • At this point I could have called a roofer, confident that I needed some minor repairs. The Seattle Times
  • Why don't you go and chase up those roofers for me?
  • It chewed up heating fuel like a hungry dragon; it required constant attention from the masons, the tilers, the electricians, the roofers.
  • I formed the view that each was a very experienced and competent roofer and conscientious in seeking to provide a good service to the customers of Richmond and to those who might be affected by the works which Richmond carried out.
  • I live in "Texes" and really want to send in a wreck...but here's irony: I, the proofer, was deeply distressed when I discovered that my local grocery store cake decorators can spell and write well...bummer! What's That Spell?
  • But if you've got water in the basement, you probably want to talk to a waterproofer. CNN Transcript Jan 27, 2007
  • People paid the roofers a sawbuck to pull it down, as long as they were up there.
  • Across Yorkshire as a whole, 155 additional construction workers are needed with the necessary skills to maintain historic buildings - 48 carpenters, 45 slate and tile roofers, 36 stonemasons and 26 thatchers.
  • They are skilled driveway pavers, barn painters and roofers, often with regular seasonal customers.
  • Pity I didn't find out about this before having the roofers put on the copper.
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