[ UK /tˈɪnsmɪθ/ ]
  1. someone who makes or repairs tinware
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How To Use tinsmith In A Sentence

  • Some dealt in food but there were also tailors, shoemakers, glove-makers (including Shakespeare's father), wheelwrights, carpenters, blacksmiths, tinsmiths, and many more.
  • Mr. Adams was a mechanic, and had learned the trades of shoemaking, harnessmaking, and tinsmithing during the days of slavery. Teaching School in a Stable and a Hen-House
  • Among the post's 631 men were bakers, blacksmiths, bricklayers, carpenters, masons, painters, plasterers, plumbers, saddlers, tinsmiths, and wheelwrights.
  • Traditionally they have worked in tinsmithing and seasonal farm labour. Times, Sunday Times
  • Soon we found ourselves teaching tinsmithing, plastering and painting. Tuskegee: A Retrospect and Prospect
  • Workers in this informal sector include tinsmiths, seamstresses, bakers, carpenters, and peddlers.
  • A high-school dropout (his father was a tinsmith, his mother a maid), Weiss took boxing lessons before going to night school at City College of New York. Too Soon Old, Too Late Wise
  • Records of gem-cutting, tinsmithing, and architecture. The Brothers' War
  • In the eighteenth century, it was inhabited by tinsmiths from the Auvergne, masons from the Limousin, stonecutters from Normandy and woodworkers from Savoy.
  • Greater problems were posed by specialists such as sheet metal workers, welders, and tinsmiths who were in short supply.
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