Sailmaker in a sentence

The word "sailmaker" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of sailmaker and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Sailmaker

  • One whose occupation is to make or repair sails.
  • a maker of sails

How to use sailmaker in a sentence. Sailmaker pronunciation.

It is no longer coopers and blacksmiths and boatswains and sailmakers who surround him.
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To sailmaker for above, eleven pounds eighteen shillings and ten-pence.
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To sailmaker for above, eleven pounds eighteen shillings and tenpence," he said, with relish.
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Her magazine, carpenter's and sailmaker's lockers, etc.
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For this purpose the next morning the Captain came on board the brig with most of the officers, the sailmaker having in the meantime closely fastened up each form in several folds of stout canvas, with a heavy shot at the feet.
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His sons were carpenters, sailmakers, and fishers, and they hunted the amphibians in all the creeks during the hot season.
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Examples of Sailmaker

Example #1
These were officers of court, whose titles even cannot be translated into modern language, so artificial were their habits and so conventional the duties to which they had been accustomed.
Example #2
From this time forward this is to be but a sad history, and the sadness, nay, the cruelty of the story, results largely from the composition of the body of men whom Columbus took with him on this occasion.
Example #3
Then ye say ye put into Holyhead for shelter.
Example #4
Well, here in entering harbor we'll say loss of port anchor and thirty fathoms of chain cable-" "Man alive," said the overwrought skipper, hitting the table heavily with his fist, "the old anchor's there for him to see.
Example #5
Captain Fazackerly advanced to the table, and clearing his throat, fixed his eyes in a reflective stare on the opposite wall, and commenced:- "Blown away fore lower topsail, fore-staysail, and carried away lifts to staysail.
Example #6
The long summer day had gone and twilight was just merging into night.