The objective poet is therefore a fashioner, the subjective is best described as a seer.
The rest I cannot profess to explain; they look like idle work on sandstone, but may have had a meaning to their fashioner.
And, for the unaesthetic but effective Attila, an able fashioner of pork products from Chicago.
He ceases to accept passively its conditions, and to live on its grudging gifts; he becomes its fashioner, in a sense its creator.
What greater hero is there than the fashioner of the thoughts and character of the young?
He createth, but was never created; He is the maker of His own form, and the fashioner of His own body.
His god is the fashioner and father of the universe, in contradistinction to impersonal Nature.
Many of his detached passages are the very best things in verse yet written in America: but though a maker, he is not a fashioner.
He is rather a seer, accordingly, than a fashioner; and what he produces will be less a work than an effluence.
Thinking of the upper lip as the fashioner of the words makes speaking easy and singing a delight.