All of which the paperhanger listened to in thoughtful silence and then told a tale.
Buying rolls of paper at the paperhanger's, she set about papering every closet in the house.
He was beautifully curved and his black preacher uniform looked as if it had been put on him by a paperhanger.
Though strictly a paperhanger by trade, he could be plasterer too when he liked.
By the time the attic was cleared and the paperhanger at work, she had forgotten the matter.
You can 'ave a pair of paperhanger's tressels and boards for that matter.'
You have to do so many kinds of work in examples, that it's hard to remember whether you're a farmer or a paperhanger.
A person who passes counterfeit money or worthless checks: The FBI's suspect was a master paperhanger, the last of a breed (1914+ Underworld)