woodwork


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Synonyms for woodwork

carpentry

Synonyms for woodwork

work made of wood

the craft of a carpenter: making things out of wood

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Clinging to the woodwork, staggering with the roll of the ship, and aided by the cook, I managed to slip into a rough woollen undershirt.
The woodwork creaked and seemed to cry out as if in pain.
Branches of pines and hemlocks were stuck in each of the fissures that offered in the unseasoned and hastily completed woodwork of both the building and its furniture; while festoons and hieroglyphics met the eye in vast profusion along the brown sides of the scratch-coated walls.
The woodwork, throughout, is of a dark hue and there is much carving about it, with but a trifling variety of pattern for, time out of mind, the carvers of Vondervotteimittiss have never been able to carve more than two objects -- a time-piece and a cabbage.
At the same moment there rose from the house a rending, crashing sound of woodwork, broken or thrown about, mixed with a quick scream so appalling that Adam, stout of heart as he undoubtedly was, felt his blood turn into ice.
"Truly!" replied the poet, bridling a little; "that is, to say, there are two of us; Jehan Marchand, who has sawed the planks and erected the framework of the theatre and the woodwork; and I, who have made the piece.
The frightened Ouled-Nails were crouching at the tops of the stairs which led to their respective rooms, the only light in the courtyard coming from the sickly candles which each girl had stuck with its own grease to the woodwork of her door-frame, the better to display her charms to those who might happen to traverse the dark inclosure.
But the damned things don't bark when they're wanted.' He turned his collar down from his ear and listened, but as before only the whistling of the wind could be heard, the flapping and fluttering of the kerchief tied to the shafts, and the pelting of the snow against the woodwork of the sledge.
There were the tell- tale compass, the sea-lamps in their gimbals, the blue-backed charts carelessly rolled and tucked away, the signal-flags in alphabetical order, and a mariner's dividers jammed into the woodwork to hold a calendar.
Virgil Van Dijk hit the woodwork four times in 2018/19 - the same amount as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang - meaning that theLiverpooldefender could have doubled his tally of four league goals if he'd been a bit more lucky.
"Not only do the students produce outstanding work but we also ensure our lessons enable them to develop key life skills," added woodwork lecturer Tom "We offer support if it's needed but the aim is for us to stand back.
More custom pieces by Michael can be found on the EJ Woodwork Facebook page @E-J-Woodwork.
I and the 38,802 others in Dumfries and Galloway who voted Leave at the EU referendum have been there all the time, along with 17.4 million more elsewhere, never in the woodwork but often discounted by our politicians.