a person who builds or repairs wooden structures, as houses, scaffolds, or shelving.
(USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
(USED WITH OBJECT)
to construct (a plot, scene, article, or the like) in a mechanical or unoriginal fashion.
A carpenter is a person who makes things out of wood. You could hire a
carpenter to build you a dining room table and two long benches. Carpenters
a workman who builds and repairs wooden things, esp. the wooden parts of
buildings, ships, etc. Origin of carpenter. Middle English and amp; Anglo-French
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Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913; carpenter in The Century
1300 (attested from early 12c. as a surname), from Anglo-French carpenter, Old
North French carpentier (Old French and Modern French charpentier), from Late