- a person who makes or mends shoes.
Origin of shoemaker
- William LeeWillie, 1931–2003, U.S. jockey.
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Examples from the Web for shoemaker
Shoemaker spent much of the past week trying to dissuade other reporters from printing the comment.Senator to Students: I Don't Give a 'Tick's Shit'
September 6, 2010
At Shoemaker High School, for instance, 80 percent of the students have at least one parent in the military.Fort Hood's Bleak World
November 5, 2009
The shoemaker also brought in one of the lost teams and part of the other.
Angelique had understood immediately, for the shoemaker had his shop there.The Dream
She also ordered me buskins from the shoemaker employed by the Comdie.My Double Life
I follow her there and find her talking to a young man, a shoemaker like myself.The Book of Khalid
The valet I had hired had entered the room with the shoemaker.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
- a person who makes or repairs shoes or boots
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Word Origin and History for shoemaker
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