The art of joinery has for its object the addition in a building of all the fixed woodwork necessary for convenience or ornament.
This word seems to have been used at Canterbury to denote any piece of joinery.
Each one carried out with the necessary skill and neatness can be made a lasting and highly finished piece of joinery.
I answered that the wood had swelled, and the joinery was imperfect.
Dry, too, and almost ready to live in, and all the joinery of pitch pine.
In this last division of furniture the work is that of joinery.
In construction and joinery, however, the Italian work has been very inferior.
Further, she has an exquisite piece of joinery to perform when her ruder labour is accomplished.
The Howards employ from 150 to 200 hands on cabinet making and joinery alone.
Other joinery is fixed to wood pins driven into the cob where required.