piecer

[ pee-ser ]
/ ˈpi sər /

noun

a person whose occupation is the joining together of pieces or threads, as in textile work.

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Origin of piecer

First recorded in 1815–25; piece + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for piecer

piecer
/ (ˈpiːsə) /

noun

textiles a person who mends, repairs, or joins something, esp broken threads on a loom
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