[suh-ram-ist, ser-uh-mist]


a person who makes ceramics.
a technician in a dental laboratory who makes dentures from porcelain.

Also ce·ram·i·cist [suh-ram-uh-sist] /səˈræm ə sɪst/.

Origin of ceramist

First recorded in 1850–55; ceram(ic) + -ist
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  • Thus we find him at Svres, a ceramist; he has carried on so many different trades that he succeeds marvelously with this one.

  • Now Pu had discovered those witchcrafts of color, those surprises of grace, that make the art of the ceramist.

    Some Chinese Ghosts

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