The tinsmith "wudna wonder but what it was makkin' for rain."
At the Statue, my brother and a tinsmith were waiting for him.
“It micht be John Dunwoodie,” the tinsmith answered cautiously.
Fig 64 shows a dipper with a solid handle which any tinsmith can make.
It seemed an odd coincidence that, a few seconds after meeting the tinsmith, I should meet the little white-beavered lady.
Schaunard is haggling with a tinsmith over the price of a horn.
(f) When a blacksmith, tinsmith, or plumber have tried to repair a case, Fig. 189.
This time I sent Socrates with my strings to the tinsmith in the bazaar.
Again I hopped—on my tin leg—to my friend the tinsmith, who kindly made me another tin leg and fastened it to my body.
But, when they came to this residence by the forest's edge, the tinsmith was not at home.