Young Judith Blum was never a joiner in school, never popular, never athletic, never part of any cliques.
For most of my adult life, I have always felt independent of any political party--an observer rather than a joiner.
Babbitt was what he called a "joiner" for all these reasons.
He did not finish the sentence; the joiner's plane had hurtled close past his head.
The timber merchant sells wood, and the joiner makes tables, chairs, and other wooden objects.
The joiner makes use of his rule as a walking stick, and the chest that holds his tools serves him as a bench to work on.
The voice was that of the joiner's wife on the other side of the partition.
"And Rui was prophet of the temple of Hatasu," added the joiner.
He was a booster and a joiner, but behind all of his activities was a wistful wonder as to what life holds.
The joiner, 'It is plain the dog was caught in the fact; I saw him.'
early 14c. (late 12c. as a surname), joynour "maker of furniture, small boxes, etc.," from Old French joigneor "joiner, carpenter," agent noun from joindre "to join" (see join). A craftsman who did lighter and more ornamental work than a carpenter. Meaning "one who makes a habit of joining" (societies, clubs, etc.) is from 1890. Related: Joinery.